Top 10 Wayfinding Solutions

Top 10 Wayfinding Solutions

Wayfinding can be described as spatial problem solving. It refers to information systems that guide people through a physical environment and enhance their understanding and experience of the space. Wayfinding is particularly important in complex building environments. Here we take a look at the top 10 most impressive wayfinding systems.


Below, Architect Emil Dervish designed the Underhub language school, in Kiev, Ukraine.



Below, Studio Dumbar designed the wayfinding system at TNT green office.


Below, Japanese architecture firm Nikken Sekkei created this clever wayfinding solution for low-cost airline travellers at Tokyo Narita airport.




Below, Studio SC created a wonderfully imaginative wayfinding program for Seattle Children’s Hospital.



Below, Tomatdesign developed the wayfinding system for the sports and entertainment complex at the Voskresenskoye club hotel.



Below, we see beautiful neutral tones in the wayfinding signage system for the South Korean IT company Naver.



At Lady Cilento Children’s Hospital, Dotdash created a clear and colorful wayfinding system that reduces stress for young patients and their families.



Below, Unimed Porto Alegre – Care Unit by Studiomda



Below, Barangaroo Carpark Wayfinding design by There



Below, London’s Here East campus by dn&co



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(If you’re looking for more examples, you might also search for Directional Signage, Building Navigation Graphics, and Environmental Graphics.)