The Design Museum, Shad Thames, London.
Question: Would you like to learn a bit more about museum signage and way finding?
Question: Why is it important to create a clear and concise way finding system in cultural institutions that best applies the build environment?
The Design Museum invites an Audience panel to attend a briefing on museum signage and way finding.
Design Museum is relocating from its current location in Shad Thames, near Tower Bridge, to the former Commonwealth Institute building, High Street Kensington, in 2 years time. Current and potential visitors are being invited to find out more about plans for the new museum.
New Design Museum Time-lapse. December 2013.
Video courtesy Design Museum, London.
The museum has developed its signage and way finding strategy with consultants Cartlidge Levene. Now the museum would like to invite some of their audiences to learn what this strategy might look like and to also take questions.
The museum is running this audio-described briefing and questions session for blind and partially sighted visitors, and volunteers from the museum’s audience panels. The session will be held at the current Design Museum (near Tower Bridge) on Tuesday 11 February, from 10.30-12.30. Public travel costs will be reimbursed for attendees and alternative transport arrangements can be made where necessary.
If you are interested in attending or finding out more about this session please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 020 7148 6883.
The aim is for a cross section of participants and these sessions have a limited capacity so do respond quickly if you’re interested. Please get back to the Access team by Wednesday 5 February.
Image Designworkplan, Netherlands.