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Schools benefit from 'inspiring' door signs and sculpture

13th May 2011 | Office Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

Sussex-based artist Will Nash has helped to design innovative new signs for two schools.

The newly-built Southway Primary and the Regis School will receive new door signs and two large steel Chevron sculptures, which will stand at the sites' entrances.

A launch event for the You Are Here wayfinding project will be held on November 11th by both schools, marking the official unveiling of the door signs.

The sculptures carry a common arrowhead theme, which also features on the door signs.

Commenting on the project, Mr Nash explained that he had been particularly pleased with the detail and quality of the finish for the project's artwork.

He added: "The arrow was the right motif for the project and echoed an ancient flint arrowhead discovered on the site during construction."

School signage is an exceptionally important part of site planning, particularly in respect of health and safety.

Earlier this month, Manly Council introduced safety signs around local schools to remind drivers to drive safely, according to the Manly Daily.

The local authority has also indicated that failure to adhere to the signs may result in a penalty and points on driving licenses for offending motorists.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800531187-ADNFCR


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