Claude Neon has successfully completed a large scale wayfinding solutions package for the Parliamentary Zone in Parliament House, Canberra.
The project involved the development of wayfinding solutions for the Parliamentary Zone but also involved highlighting the historical significance of sites around Parliament House. This included providing information on the lives and achievements of MPs and past Prime Ministers.
The wayfinding solutions package involved the development of over 40 vehicle, pedestrian and interpretive signs that act as a directional guide to improve the usability of the area for tourists and locals alike. Claude Neon worked in close consultation with the Government through the entire project.
Claude Neon also worked with architect firm Guida Moseley Brown and design firm Spatchurst for the wayfinding solutions package job.
Claude Neon will be continue to focus on consulting and managing signage projects for government bodies, while still providing complete solutions for the private sector.