With a need to inform, yet absolute no need for ruining the majestic appearance of the gardens, Agency for Culture and Palaces asked us to integrate their information without interrupting moments of admiration. The new signs are flexible, robust, informative, and affordable - all at the same time.
We created a signage concept that is both flexible and can be reused again and again. Whether the parks change their opening hours, or they want to highlight different communication throughout the year, the signs can be modified whenever it’s needed.
We kept the signs small and gathered information in clusters to allow the knowledge of visitors to grow while leaving the uninterested at peace. With a robust materiality, the signs meet the ever changing requirements of the Danish weather - for better or for worse.
The signs are currently being rolled out across all of the parks maintained by Agency for Culture and Palaces.
You can find the signs in the Danish Royal parks: Frederiksberg, the Southern Field, the King’s Garden, Bernstorff Palace Park, Charlottenlund Garden, Sorgenfri Park, Frederiksborg Palace Garden, Fredensborg Castlegarden, The Royal Library Garden, Gråsten Palace Garden, and Spøttrup Castlegarden.