CIBC - Wayfinding, Directories, Identification

Location Toronto, Ontario
Designer/Architect Tudhope & Associates | Zeidler Robert Architects
Duration Sep 1992 - May 1994
Scope - Soheil Mosun Limited was contracted to fabricate and install the wayfinding, directories and building identification for the CIBC Commerce Court Complex in Toronto's financial district.
Highlights - Building identification on main entrances are waterjet cut, stainless steel, pin mounted graphics. The Site Identification sign is a 48 inch diameter, double sided internally illuminated Commerce Court Logo. Computerized touchscreen directories are kiosk type, built with 3/16 inch thick painted aluminum with pewter metallic finishes and incised acrylic backlit maps. Touchscreen monitors feature removable 3/16 inch transparent bronze tempered glass. Pylon way-finding signs and direction signs are both duracron and stainless steel with aluminum reveals. For the way-finding pylon signs, text graphics are etched/engraved and filled with the arrows being incised 3/16 inch stainless steel. Hanging Signs throughout the underground court are 3/16 inch edge lit acrylic featuring full colour PATH system identification and mounted flush to the ceilings.
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