Columbia School of Journalism Environmental Graphics
Client—Columbia School of Journalism
Date—2008
Dimensions variable

In addition to supergraphics for the student center portion of the addition and renovation of The Graduate School of Journalism, Thumb also developed a wayfinding system for the entire building including ADA room identification and donor signage as well as directional and guidance systems. The room identification prototype, shown below, emphasizes matte acrylic materials and thickness of their assembled section. While using standard materials it is possible to achieve complex effects to support architectural concepts.

http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_columbia-total-system.jpg
Entire system
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-8.jpg
Room identification
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-9.jpg
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-12.jpg
Building directory
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-13.jpg
Interior donor signage
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-14.jpg
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-6.jpg
Exterior donor signage
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-11.jpg
Lobby donor signage
http://www.thumbprojects.com/files/gimgs/78_journalism-10.jpg
Thumb / Luke Bulman
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Brooklyn, New York 11232
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