Navigation at the Darwin Museum

The “NRDN” became the author of the navigation system for the Darwin Museum. The task before the bureau was to create a system of signs that would effectively connect two museum buildings with an unusual layout. The concise navigation stands, done in neutral colors, are combined with memorable carved panels. They look harmonious in the interiors and convey all the necessary information to visitors. When developing visual solutions, the bureau took into account the museum’s target audience, which consists mainly of schoolchildren and preschoolers. The carved panels are designed in the style of Soviet children’s book illustrations, which makes them attractive to both children and their parents, grandparents.