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Line of Lines

This has to be our favourite project ever! We were thrilled to be asked to be involved and snapped up the offer.

The University of Worcester was due to open their new City Campus in the old Royal Infirmary Building. Lecturers, Dr Jane George and Dr David Arnold had written and collected poetry and song lyrics inspired by the coloured signage lines used in the former hospital to direct patients to different departments, and had the dream of somehow applying the poetry to the substance of the beautiful listed building. Line of Lines was born and we spent the summer measuring and designing concepts for the rooms, corridors, ceilings and floors throughout the enormous building. It took four of us five solid days to apply the typography, but the creative freedom we were given was wonderful. On the night of the private view, Gemma and Helen were completely shattered, but it was so worthwhile and an experience never to be equalled!