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New continent: Western Sydney Airport

London based Zaha Hadid Architects and Sydney based Cox Architecture have won the Western Sydney Airport in Australia. Triagonal are proud to be part of the team, and to contribute to the ambition of giving passengers a reliable, fun and stress-free airport experience. When opening in 2026, Western Sydney International will be a full-service airport…

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Temporary signage – a special challenge

We’re under construction! Temporary entrance! Your new store will open here soon – apologies for any inconvenience! Temporary signage is a subgenre of wayfinding that we often deal with. Either as part of big long-term projects, or when doing wayfinding in a building that’s in the process of reconstruction. It’s normally a double bound task:…

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Light the way

We may not be aware of it, but we focus on and navigate after light in a room. We follow the light, we are drawn towards it instinctively, as we think a place that is lit up, is a place with some sort of activity. Hence this mechanism, light is a way of making a…

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A navigation game: Getting There

Triagonal congratulates Mai Ly Nguyen on her recent graduation with a MSc degree in Design & Innovation from the Technical University of Denmark. Design games have commonly been used as a means to involve stakeholders in the design process. Mai Ly’s master thesis explores how cooperative game mechanics can encourage creativity. And more specifically how…

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Triagonal strengthens its major airport portfolio

Over the next nine months and in close collaboration with Dubai Airports Corporation and Ramboll Middle East, Triagonal will further develop and refine a new overriding wayfinding concept and strategy that we conceived for Dubai Airport (DXB) – the world’s third largest airport – benefitting close to 90 million passengers every year.

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Topping up on design engineers

At Triagonal we are always so happy to expand our team of talented people and yet again we welcome two skilful design engineers, Camilla Düsterdich Hansen and Louise Brockdorff.   Design Engineer Camilla Düsterdich Hansen has actually been with Triagonal for three years already, first as an intern and later as a student assistant. She…

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Everything From A to B and In Between

Flow analysis is something one spends quite some time doing when working with wayfinding. Wherever we work, we do everything to avoid bottlenecks and to make sure people get from A to B as smoothly as possible. It goes without saying that a lot of flow analysis is needed in airports. To ensure a good…

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London Calling – New Heathrow Project

Triagonal is proud to be part of the Grimshaw team developing the strategy for the Heathrow Expansion Project. The project includes the future development of the Western Campus and Passenger Terminal Interchanges. Being responsible for the wayfinding strategy, we will greatly influence the future user experience of millions of passengers passing through Heathrow annually. The…

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Digital Solutions – Overview In the Blink of an Eye

In wayfinding digital solutions have been a minor revolution. Customisable real-time information, Individualised/bespoke content, e.g. language, different capabilities, expectations, objectives, strategies, Quick adaption to unforeseen changes and emergencies, Quick and inexpensive updates in case of building changes – to mention a few. Two cases are striking to show this possibility of adjusting information: Buildings used…

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Four new people joining Triagonal

At Triagonal we are happy to welcome these four vibrant people: Jonathan Pagaard, Steinar Valade-Amland, Axel Nygaard and Louise Kristiansen   From the left: Design Engineer Jonathan Pagaard holds a MSc degree in Design & Innovation from the Technical University of Denmark. As Design Engineer, Jonathan works in the intersection between design of products and services,…

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Pictograms: Speak the Same Language

Apparently, pictograms were the first form of communication, we humans started out having, when we were still drawing inside the caves. To this day pictograms are an important and handy tool when making signage in complex surroundings. A pictogram is a universal language, which helps us when we need the toilet, the information desk or…

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Wayfinding in healthcare: Exchange and connect

At the end of March Triagonal hosted an event about wayfinding in healthcare in cooperation with The Danish Embassy and the British association Architects for Health. Around thirty members of Architects for Health attended the event and the dialogue after the presentations was thought-provoking in a way only possible amongst peers. Watch some of the…

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