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THE SULLIVAN MUSEUM WAYFINDING

Louis Sullivan is the famed architect largely known for reshaping the skyline of major cities, in particular Chicago, by utilizing building techniques to construct tall skyscrapers. Imagining what a museum centered around his designs and legacy would look like led to The Sullivan Museum. The wayfinding for the museum draws inspiration from the materials utilized in building tall skyscraper buildings and peeling back the layers to reveal how these buidlings are put together: steel I-beams, metal grates, and concrete, while clear acrylic allows visitors to peer inside.


RESEARCH & ORIGINAL CONCEPT BEFORE REVISIONS