The Lake Forest Public Library was built in 1931. It serves the entire Lake Forest community and is utilized by people of all ages. It is also housed in an architecturally significant classic historical building.
The Lake Forest Public Library wanted to replace the existing, poorly designed and very inexpensive signs, as well as other signage that had been created in-house. The main wayfinding challenge was directing to the children’s library, which is located on the lower level.
The architectural renovation of the Children’s Department itself mandated a new signage system, which they also wanted to implement building wide. The sign program also had to be compatible with the architectural elements of the building, but also be functional to improve wayfinding and collection identification. [Read more…]