Identity, Signage, Space, Collateral
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Once home to Denver’s Yellow Cab Depot, this former brownfield site was transformed by Zeppelin Development into a community of residents and businesses that make up the TAXI campus. The project consists of nine buildings, 150 businesses and 300 full-time residences. Since the third building went up in 2013, Wunder Werkz has collaborated creatively with the development team to bring a cohesive visual language to the site and amenity features, including: collateral, signage, spatial and digital design; in addition to consulting on a number of creative and cultural initiatives.
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We also designed a modular frosting system for each office unit that allows for views to be semi-obstructed, but not fully blocked. This way, light still passes through the space and remains connected to the rest of the building. This vertical line-work system pairs with the lines within the custom type to allow for unique interplay with light throughout the space.
The system we built expresses itself throughout the building. Hallway conditions, office units and communal spaces were all thoughtfully responded to, and create an immersive, focused and unbroken spacial experience.