Moniteurs has won the competition to design a new orientation system for the Deutsche Museum Munich. In single construction stages the museum will be extensively modernized and restructured until 2025. For Moniteurs the core of the task is the development of a signage concept for the inner and outdoor areas with the focus on the collection building and the museum island.
Moniteurs has been commissioned by Gerber Architects International to develop the orientation system for a metro station in Riyadh. The Architects are one of the winner, beside Snøhetta and Zaha Hadid Architects, of the invited international competition of the High Commission for the Development of Arriyadh. The signageincludes the Olaya Parc, the exterior of the statio, public and non-public areas, shopping and retail area and the underground parking. Visualisation: Gerber Architects international
The city quarter DomAquarée, with a total rentable space of 71,000m², lies in the historical centre of Berlin, opposite the Berlin Cathedral. In addition to many shops and a multitude of restaurants, one can find apartments, flexible office spaces and a four-star hotel. Moniteurs has been commissioned by Bilfinger Real Estate to design a new orientation system for the outdoor area.
Carlswerk is an industrial complex with a one hundred year history, and at approximately 126,000m², the largest urban industrial campus in Cologne. Cultural institutions, restaurants, offices and production facilities have made the former industrial site their home, turning it into a vibrant, lively city quarter. Moniteurs designed the Carlswerk brand and the orientation system for the location. Image: BEOS
The new building for the Potsdam Institute for Climate Impact Research is located at Telegrafenberg in Potsdam, a site of great historical and international significance. The building was designed by the architectural firm BHBVT, while Moniteurs designed the orientation system and strengthened the visual identity of this striking building. Visualization: BHBVT
Moniteurs has won the international competition, open by invitation, to design a new orientation system for the entire area of the BMW Research and Innovation Centre in Munich. Moniteurs has now been commissioned to develop a master concept 2050 for analogue and digital wayfinding. The first step should already take place in 2015 – signage of the new concept on a renovated building. Visualisation: Henn Architekten
The pleasant highlight of the winter semester 2014/15 was the degree-show of the University Bielefeld/Design department. The concept for a new corporate design and a digital guide as a webapp were developed and designed by a team of students, taught and supported by Heike Nehl.
Moniteurs wins silver in the category "Healthcare" with "Doctors without Borders" and bronze in the catagory "Wayshowing" with the Signage project for the DGUV. The International Institute for Information Design (IIID) is a global network of individuals and organisations who are interested in optimizing information and information systems for knowledge transfer in everyday life.
Heike Nehl and Sibylle Schlaich have been invited to talk at Haus Wellensiek in Bielefeld on the 11th of February. They will be asking the following questions: how does digital media support orientation and what role does analogue information play in the orientation systems of spaces? How can both worlds compliment each other? Through their work with orientation systems, the design office wishes to show how rapidly change has been accomplished, not least in the mind of the visitor/user.
The jury has awarded second place to the design by kadawittfeldarchitektur and Moniteurs. The requirement was to develop a structural corporate design for the representation of the Federal Republic of Germany abroad. “The discovery of lightness” formed the basis of the concept. The new offices were designed to be light, open, friendly and trustworthy like the society they represent. The elegant corporate design should convey a positive, future-looking impression abroad.