What is wayfinding you ask? Well, lets talk about it – Feb 25 @ 5:30!

Harcourt House is excited to announce a free public presentation by Adrian Bell. Adrian is a specialist in active transportation and behaviour change, which led him to a particular interest in information and wayfinding. This brief presentation will take place at Harcourt House on Tuesday, February 25th at 5:30pm. Please join us on the third floor  for some insight into what wayfinding is, and what it can potentially accomplish.

This talk will provide contextualization for our current Hallway  initiative, by the Edmonton Wayfinding Project.

We promise tasty refreshments and great discourse!

The Details:

  • Time: 5:30 PM
  • Date: Tuesday, February 25th
  • Location: Third Floor Gallery – 10215-112 ST. Edmonton
  • Presenter: Adrian Bell

 

About Adrian:

Adrian Bell

 

 

 

 

Adrian Bell is a chartered transport planner and has been a partner at Applied since 2008. Prior to this he worked in British municipal and regional government for over 20 years. Adrian is a specialist in active transportation and behaviour change which led him to a particular interest in information and wayfinding. Adrian is the director of Applied North America and lives in Vancouver. His Applied projects include TransLink, BC, Metrolinx, ON, University of British Columbia, University of Washington, City of Vancouver, City of Cleveland, OH and the City of Edmonton.

Applied is an international design consultancy specialising in urban wayfinding. Our projects in London, New York, Vancouver and many other cities have been part of a wider movement to develop wayfinding as a component of new mobility, urban planning and destination branding. Applied are multi-disciplinary and the strategies, plans and designs we create are both multi-modal and multi-media. We have particular expertise in cartographic design, transit information and digital applications.

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