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Published: 25th October 2021

ABG Design completes new signage and wayfinding

Signing the way for University of Birmingham

ABG Design has been working with the University of Birmingham on signage and wayfinding for their new building, The Exchange, located in Centenary Square in the heart of Birmingham.

A grade II listed building that was originally founded as the Birmingham Municipal Bank, The Exchange will use the University’s research, teaching and local, national and international networks to create a place of curiosity, celebration, collaboration and change.

ABG Design was commissioned by the University of Birmingham to create a signage system that complimented and enhanced the true historical beauty of the building. The design of the signage embraced the colour palettes of The Exchange brand and has a modern contemporary feel that contrasts well with the classical tones of the building.

Howard Miles Managing Director of ABG Design said:

“We are really pleased with the outcome of this project. It’s a real pleasure to work with a building as wonderful as this and more to the point the University of Birmingham has given a key historical building back to the people of Birmingham showcasing public spaces such the Vaults, Banking Hall and historic exhibition spaces.”