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Euston Railway Station

Wayfinding strategy and design of wayfinding elements

In cooperation with 3DReid and Arup, Triagonal has designed the wayfinding strategy for Euston Railway Station in London for Skanska.

There are just about 120.000 people at Euston station every single day, making it the sixth busiest railway station in London, and therefore also a natural place for clutter and confusion during its rush hours.

Triagonal’s role in Euston was to create a wayfinding strategy to optimise user flows and the overall user experience. Also, layouts for static and dynamic signage have been developed to improve legibility in future scenarios.

Client: 3DReid
Location: Euston, London, England
Project Period: 2018-2019
Team: Nicolai Okkels, Marco Berends


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