Quotes

“Building signage brings together two disciplines, architecture and graphic design, in a relationship that is summarised by the term archigraphy… … More

From Archigraphy (Agnes Laube and Michael Widrig, Birkhauser 2016)

“For a long time the discussion  of signage and lettering was shaped by a discourse focusing on what architecture “in … More

From Archigraphy (Agnes Laube and Michael Widrig, Birkhauser 2016)

“…because sign systems are concerned with routes rather than places, their effect on different localities is to lend them a … More

From Words and Buildings, (Jock Kinnear, 1980)

“That (lettering’s) potential and role are not properly understood is all too evident when one walks through any city, where … More

From Words and Buildings, (Jock Kinnear, 1980)

“Architecture speaks of form, space and purpose, celebrating human continuity and offering experiences that both function and inspire. Graphic design … More

From Graphic Design + Architecture, (Richard Poulin, 2012)

“Demi-gods in black, some architects treat type as a redundant tool and graphic designers as inconsequential. But the relationship between … More

From ‘Should Architects Understand Type?’, (Erik Spiekermann, Design Observer, 2014 and Blueprint, November 2008)