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Geissert Thomas Airport Bremen Wayfinding System
Airport Bremen Wayfinding System is Silver Design Award winner in 2019 - 2020 Graphics and Visual Communication Design Award Category.
Airport Bremen Wayfinding System

A high-contrast modern design and a clear information Hirarchie distinguishes the new system. The orientation system works fast and will make a positive contribution to the quality of service afford the airport. The most important means next to the use of a new font, a distinctive arrow element the introduction of different, high-contrast colors. It was particularly on functional and psychological aspects, such as good visibility, readability and barrier-free information recording. New aluminium cases with contemporary, optimized LED illumination are used. Signage towers were added.

Airport Bremen Wayfinding System
Geissert Thomas Airport Bremen
Geissert Thomas Wayfinding System
Geissert Thomas design
Geissert Thomas design
Geissert Thomas

Expert in creation and planning of wayfinding and orientation systems. architect and designer, graphics and archtecture, 2d and 3d design. Specialising in design of new wayfinding and orientation systems for airports, universities, offices and industrial buildings as well as touristic orientation- and information-systems such as the City of Straubing, Bavaria Germany and Grafenegg Palace Gardens, Austria.

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Bremen Airport With almost 30 non-stop destinations in many countries in Europe and North Africa, Bremen Airport ranks among Germany’s key international commercial airports. Bremen Airport is Europe’s fastest airport for departures. Travellers will not find an international airport in Germany closer to the city centre. It takes only eleven minutes for passengers to reach the airport from the city centre. The tram stops directly in front of the terminal. Passengers benefit from the excellent daily connecting services to the important European hubs like Munich, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Paris, Zürich and Istanbul.