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Complex Environment In Navigable Chunks

Progressive disclosure: Say the words out loud and do take your time doing so. It’s a tongue-twister, indeed! However, the idea of progressive disclosure is simple. It could more or less be explained by the philosophy of step by step. The term is frequently used in the architecture of websites in order not to overwhelm…

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Evidence-based wayfinding design

We believe that continuously testing our wayfinding solutions with the end-user is the best way to ensure that our design is both effective and long-lasting. Therefore, our wayfinding designers Pernille Rahbek Simonsen and Camilla Düsterdich have conducted an evidence study at Randers Regional Hospital to test the effect of our wayfinding strategy that was implemented…

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The Taste of A Place Is In The Colour

Compared to architecture and other kinds of design wayfinding has few ingredients to create a purposeful and natural flow through a room. Colour is an important one, and in that respect we have few rules and many possibilities, but when Triagonal ensures the wayfinding in international airports, we must obey to some guidelines: Bright green…

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Exploring the Indian market

After successfully working in Europe and the Middle East, Triagonal is now targeting the Indian sub-continent. This week Triagonal partner, Nicolai Okkels, is travelling to India to participate in Pune Design Festival and Global Aviation Summit in Mumbai, finishing with a visit to GMR at Delhi International Airport. Triagonal is currently developing the wayfinding strategy…

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Happy New Year!

2018 was a yet another busy year for Triagonal with many new projects worldwide. Especially within airport and transportation sectors, where we at present are working for clients in Dubai, India, Greece, The Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, Sweden and the UK. We enjoy the bustle at the office and hope to take on even more projects in the coming…

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Triagonal welcomes new Design Engineer

Newly graduated Sarah Simone Søgaard-Hansen has joined the Triagonal team. Sarah recently finished her Master’s Degree in Design and Innovation from the Technical University of Denmark, and we’re very happy to include her proactive mindset and creative approach to our team, where she’ll be working as a Design Engineer. “At Triagonal I get to be…

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New article in ‘Hospital Drift & Arkitektur’ about the value of user studies

The Danish magazine ‘Hospital Drift & Arkitektur’ has published an article about Triagonal’s work at Randers Regional Hospital, where we have developed a new wayfinding systematic based on extensive user studies. Through these user studies, we have gathered knowledge and experience that enable us to design evidence-based design solutions. Focus in the article, is on…

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Touching down in Athens Airport

We have just initiated work with Athens International Airport (AIA). We are excited to help them create better passenger experiences and improve flows throughout the airport. The project includes the Main  – and Satellite Terminal Building, the connecting tunnel, the curbside areas and adjoining station. We will design a new airport wayfinding strategy including a new…

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New gateway to Mumbai

We are very happy to announce that we, as part of the Zaha Hadid Architects team, have won the international competition of the new Navi Mumbai green field airport. The appointment of the ZHA team was awarded by GVK, operator of Mumbai’s existing airport as well as the future Navi Mumbai International Airport. The project started in April 2018, and the…

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Expanding the Triagonal team

Triagonal is growing, which naturally calls for more hands on deck. Therefore, we are happy to welcome three new members to the Triagonal team: Marco Berends, Mette Mølgaard and Ole Flyvbjerg. Marco is our new and first-ever graphic designer here at Triagonal. He did a BSc in Architecture and after that he graduated in Communication Design…

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Triagonal welcomes two new team members

We are happy to welcome two new employees, Charlotte Strier Cumberland and Jette Lin Nielsen, to our team.
Charlotte Strier Cumberland is our new service designer with a knack for the digital world.
As Communications Officer at Triagonal Jette Lin Nielsen will be responsible for all of Triagonal’s communications.

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