Transit building sign package
A Philadelphia architecture firm needed a signage package for a new, two-story intermodal transportation center that it was designing for the Southeastern Pennsylvannia Transit Authority (SEPTA). The building features a bus and train transfer station with an integrated parking garage. Signs needed to comply with SEPTA brand standards and integrate with the building’s architectural form and finishes.
Luminant Design staff worked on the design team that developed building-wide exterior and interior identification and wayfinding pedestrian signs for this public transportation development.
Date: Date: March–April 2003, Installed 2004
Design collaboration of multiple Philadelphia companies and designed at Joel Katz Design Associates. Luminant Design Principal William Bardel was a member of the design team for this project.