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  • Following our work implementing a CBD Pedestrian Wayfinding strategy a number of years ago, Hamilton City Council has engaged DallowBoss to develop a family of parks and reserves signage. The Read More

    This weekend the Black Sticks Men and Women are taking on the Aussies at the Lloyd Elsmore Park Hockey Stadium. DallowBoss has designed event signage to help welcome and direct Read More

    DallowBoss has been engaged to undertake the master planning and design of the wayfinding component for the new Nelson Airport terminal project. We have been tasked to encompass the full Read More

    As part of the Smales Farm evolution from a traditional office park to a “diverse urban community” a range of initiatives and developments are underway – a re-brand, major new Read More

    Officially opened in February, Whangarei Hospital’s new Te Kotuku Maternity Unit has been operational since the start of March. DallowBoss completed the wayfinding signage for the $9.8m development that replaces Read More

    A number of stages of work have progressed at Central Energy Trust Arena (Palmerston North) – with mega-numbers and venue entry treatments being completed for Arenas 2 and 3. The Read More

    DallowBoss has been engaged to collaborate with the Ōtākaro team (formally CERA) to develop a series of cultural markers (interpretation panels) that conveys the underlying story of South Frame – Read More

    As part of their plans to develop new attractions and a desire to improve the visitor experience, Butterfly Creek has engaged DallowBoss to devise a wayfinding strategy and design features Read More

    Thanks to the team at Endpoint, ‘Wayfinding’ is now officially defined in the Oxford English Dictionary as ‘The act of finding one’s way to a particular place; navigation.’ The team Read More

    A simple idea to highlight the simplicity of walking in London. Check out the Evening Standard article here.

    DallowBoss is delighted to have been engaged by the Christchurch Central Development Unit (CCDU) to collaboratively develop a cohesive set of city-wide wayfinding principles that will give strategic direction and Read More

    As part of works to improve the streetscape around the entrance to EcoLight Stadium in Pukekohe, the OPUS Landscape Design team proposed a series of markers, envisaged to highlight stories Read More

    Tristan Gooley’s Natural Navigator gives some great insight into the basics of navigation. With all our devices on hand – to tell us where we are, what we are looking Read More

    St Andrew’s Village, 14 ha of retirement living overlooking the Tamaki estuary in Auckland’s eastern suburbs, needed a new wayfinding solution to better identify resident’s homes and other village destinations. Read More

    DallowBoss was thrilled to be asked, at late notice, to whip up some graphic options for the Volvo Ocean Race main entertainment stage at the Auckland stopover. The image based Read More