DAY’s wayfinding and signage now live at Arnhem’s iconic Musis
On May 6th, Het Gelders Orkest played for the first time at the new Parkzaal (park hall) part of the modern extension of Musis Sacrum Arnhem, one of the city’s historical monuments.
DAY has worked with Musis on their new strategy, customer journey mapping, business models, and recently, their wayfinding and signage. When observing the diverse elements of the architecture, we found that rhythmic patterns began to form, which became the underlining concept: Rhythm. It is the heartbeat of movement and sounds that connects people with music. Taking forward the bronze materialisation element within the architecture, the wayfinding and signage has a refined and delicate look and feel.
In the months of May and June, Musis Sacrum Arnhem will be hosting test runs of their new hall. You can check their schedule and programme on their website here to enjoy the music and see our work!
The renovation of the original building and the park surroundings is still in process. The official opening of the entire grounds will be in January 2018. Stay tuned!