Astra Signs has completed on an Architectural Wayfinding scheme for MEPC in Leeds.

Astra Signs has completed on an Architectural Wayfinding scheme for MEPC in Leeds.

The brief was to take the Placemarque concept designs and develop, manufacture and install the suite of architectural wayfinding signs to help visitors navigate Wellington Place that seamlessly blend with the environment.

The work at the impressive destination was delivered in partnership with wayfinding experts Placemarque with Astra Signs securing the contract on its innovative approach to design and extensive wayfinding expertise.

Speaking on the brief, Miles Jones, Development Manager at Wellington Place, said: “Astra Signs and Placemarque have worked closely with the team at Wellington Place to explore the brief and successfully integrate the new signs into the high-quality architecture of the estate, aiding visitor experience and promoting the independent cafés, bars and restaurants.”

Sales Director at Astra Signs, Paul Dyke, added: “Wellington Place is a remarkable development, combining cutting-edge design with incredible Grade II heritage features.

“We’re proud to work with Miles and the team to help visitors navigate this new and exciting neighbourhood.  Utilising the latest in technological design and manufacturing processes our sculptural signage designs, edged in mesh to mirror that of the surrounding architecture, provide visitors not just with essential information but a striking point of added interest.”

Amongst the range of products produced by Astra Signs is a number of digital gateway monoliths that inform visitors what is on offer whilst helping them navigate the destination.

Work commenced in November and has taken 16 weeks to complete.

Astra Signs is one of the UK’s most respected manufacturers of signage and wayfinding products, producing and installing world-class signs for a range of sectors including: sport, retail, leisure, architecture & design, government associations, and international events.