Libraries are places of knowledge that often have a dusty image. Compared to the Internet, an infinite knowledge database, it is unfortunately not possible in a library to simply enter a search term and the book lies open in front of you.
A sophisticated wayfinding system remedies this problem and simplify orientation on the bookshelves.
We decided to go for a humanistic, friendly, personal and humouristic approach to make students feel welcome all the time.
As for the wayfinding, wooden pegboards came into play. The idea behind it was to strive for humanism and to add an inviting fit to the already existing library furniture. Every single sign can be plugged in and out as needed.
Complete modularity makes it not only possible to change and move signs independently, but also to help visitors find the books they are looking for.