The International Monetary Fund HQ2 building, in Washington DC by Pei, Cobb, Freed and Partners Architects LLP was completed in 2005. My role in this project was to define the interior wayfinding system and design a complete changeable system using paper replacements for over 3500 office related signs. I also drew scaled exterior illustrations with detailed specifications.

Ink and PIxel for Tracy Turner Design, Pei, Cobb, Freed and Partners LLC
Exterior building plaque of IMF logo
Scaled vector illustration of the exterior building plaque with IMF logo
Exterior building signage including address and plaque of IMF logo
Vector illustrations of exterior building signs with location specifications
Seven foot glass circular logo in the lobby
Sign with raised room number and braille with paper insert for employee's name and department
Scaled vector illustration of room number sign and specs for employee name paper insert
Floor number sign with map insert and directory sign with office listings insert
Scaled vector illustration of directory and floor location map signs
Additional signage specified in the comprehensive bid package

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