Integrated Journeys

As transportation modes around the world are rapidly changing into multi-modal mobility hubs, they create many challenges for travellers, yet great opportunities for wayfinding.


Wayfinding for mobility environments is most relevant in the transition for travelers between various modalities. Our goal is to create an integrated and seamless journey from start to finish. Regardless of the modality.

Intuition plays a vital role in how we move safely through unknown environments, yet mobility today remains very much of an analytical process. As technologies become more sophisticated, so will our ability to replace signage and even screens with smart cues and silent nudges to help people navigate vastly different environments.

A wide-angle shot of a blurry man talking on the phone, walking towards a yellow sign displaying gates, directions, a wheelchair path, and the exits in Schiphol airport.
Amongst other passengers, a brunette woman with long hair walks through a train station with two bags, looking at the multicolored signs in front of her. The station has beige marble floors and pillars.
A bird’s eye view of a light grey train station, located in Arnhem, shows its rounded and swooped structure that lets the walls extend down to the floor and for large holes to become windows, as people walk through the space ready to take their trains with dark blue signs on poles to guide them.
A grey two-dimensional background holds the designs of a basic sign structure, with arrows, measurements, example layouts, and more. The shapes are rectangular and squared with different designs and colors, like yellow, blue, purple, green, blue, black, and white.
Another image of an airport interior shows a black ceiling with rails that hold amongst others, a large yellow sign labeled C6 in the foreground with bold black text. In the background, more signs follow it. Underneath it are travellers who are busy walking to their gates on the left, most visibly a man in a grey cardigan is looking at a phone next to a blonde woman who is blurry, in motion. Passengers waiting to board are on the right, amongst them is a woman with a wide brim black hat.
From just behind two escalators, we see another view of the Moynihain train station, as travellers walk through an entrance into what is displayed in illuminated letters above the entrance, as a ‘ticketed waiting room.’ Above the letters are colorful graphics of destinations, such as the Paris Arc du Triomphe. Travelers walk through tall beige pillars that hold the structure, gazing towards colorful guidelines on a screen in the pillars.
Another view at the Arnhem train station shows us more of a close-up of the swooping grey structure to the left of the image, with an escalator and blue signs behind it, the signs pointing the directions to buses and trains. A big blue clock is attached to the top of the pole, and behind the signage we see a blonde woman walking to catch her transport.

From airports to railway and metro stations,

we have worked on a wide range of Mobility projects.



Schiphol Airport, NL
Grupo Aeroportuario del Pacífico
Geneva Airport, CH
Airports of Regions, RU
Milan Linate Airport, IT
São Paulo Int. Airport, BR
Airports Company South Africa, SA
Indira Gandhi Int. Airport, IN
Rajiv Gandhi Int. Airport, IN
GMR Goa Int. Airport, IN
Domodedovo Airport, RU
Naples Int. Airport, IT
Port Authority of NY and NJ, US
Denver Int. Airport, US
Calgary Int. Airport, CA
Fiumicino Airport, IT
Sangster International, JM
Dulles Int. Airport, US


Railway stations

NS / ProRail, NL
Amsterdam Metro (MET), NL
Rotterdam Metro (RET), NL
RandstadRail, NL
Scotrail, UK


Bike systems

Amsterdam bicycle parking, NL
Amsterdam temp. bicycle routes, NL
NS bicycle parking, NL
Amersfoort bicycle parking, NL
Fast cycle route F261, NL


Road traffic

IN-SAFETY VMS harmonization, EU
Fiumicino Airport, IT
Kempegowda ‘Airport City’, IN
Rijkswaterstaat road signage, NL


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