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COPENHAGEN BUSINESS SCHOOL

June 26 – 2019.

The Copenhagen Business School’s revitalized Graduate House is a dynamic environment for its 4,000 student users, with a mix of open study areas, lecture classrooms, a student hub, and a cafeteria. Transformed by architects, Rønnow Arkitekter A/S, who specialize in architecturally significant buildings’ re-purposing, the space required practical signage solutions that reflected the building’s look and feel.

Modulex provided interior and exterior signage in a variety of materials to complement the space’s unique attributes. Each floor is identified through prominent vertical aluminum lettering, while vinyl glass graphics on the small meeting rooms provide safety and privacy.

The flexible Modulex Interior Basic Paperflex system was used where frequent signage updates are required, and a Messenger monolith directional sign guides visitors to the main entrance alongside distinctive cut lettering which was used over the main entrance.

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Business School’s Graduate House

PROJECT UPDATE | 03.16.16

The Copenhagen Business School’s revitalized Graduate House is a dynamic environment for its 4,000 student users, with a mix of open study areas, lecture classrooms, a student hub and a cafeteria.

Transformed by architects, Rønnow Arkitekter A/S, who specialize in the re-purposing of architecturally significant buildings, the  space required practical signage solutions that reflect the building’s look and feel.

Modulex provided interior and exterior signage in a variety of materials to complement the space’s unique attributes. Each floor is identified through prominent vertical aluminum lettering, while vinyl glass graphics on the small meeting rooms provide safety and privacy. Orientation maps are provided at key decision points.

The flexible Modulex Interior Basic Paperflex system was used where frequent signage updates are required and a Messenger monolith directional sign guides visitors to the main entrance. Distinctive cut lettering is used over the main entrance.

For more information on this project, and others like it, please connect with the Modulex location nearest you.

Photos: Kristine Mengel

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