Signage

Lokrum Botanical Garden
Signalization and interpretation design
May, 2020 | Signage
Lokrum Botanical Garden
Signage client Special Reserve Lokrum project Signalization and interpretation design year 2020

Project included design of paths, signage and interpretation for Botanical garden on Lokrum. Concept was to integrate the design with the main attraction (plants) - not to compete with it. Signs are not fixed but sway in the wind, the plants can embrace them and pass through the letters. Also, the materials from which the signage is made will ‘mature’ as will the plants around them.

Šesnić&Turković d.o.o.
Marko Šesnić, designer
Goran Turković, designer
Andrea Sužnjević, designer

Normala d.o.o.
Roman Šilje, architect
Milan Štrbac, architect
Tihana Vučić, architect

Katarina Ivanišin, ilustrator

exhibition:
croatian design exhibition 1920

Project included design of paths, signage and interpretation for Botanical garden on Lokrum. Concept was to integrate the design with the main attraction (plants) - not to compete with it. Signs are not fixed but sway in the wind, the plants can embrace them and pass through the letters. Also, the materials from which the signage is made will ‘mature’ as will the plants around them.

Šesnić&Turković d.o.o.
Marko Šesnić, designer
Goran Turković, designer
Andrea Sužnjević, designer

Normala d.o.o.
Roman Šilje, architect
Milan Štrbac, architect
Tihana Vučić, architect

Katarina Ivanišin, ilustrator

exhibition:
croatian design exhibition 1920

Hušnjakovo Trail
educational trail design
August, 2018 | Exhibition Design, Signage
Hušnjakovo Trail
Exhibition Design, Signage client Zagorje priroda project educational trail design year 2018

Interpretational elements are primarily intended for children, and the design interprets and follows various stylized forms from the everyday life of the Neanderthals. Each object calls for interaction with visitors inviting them to discover the content and learn from experience. Visitors can discover many interesting details about a particular topic by using their movements, which emphasizes the importance of physical presence at the location.

coauthors:
product design: Vedran Kasap and Ozana Ursić
graphic design: Goran Turković , Marko Šesnić, Andrea Sužnjević
interpretation plan: Dijana Hršak i Petra Bralić
trail reconstruction project: Kristina Radelić

collaborators
illustration: Andrea Sužnjević
interpretation texts: Dubravko Mihanović
geologist: Marijan Kovačić
Krapina Neanderthal Museum

project photographs:
Vedran Kasap
Mario Jurina
Petra Bralić

Interpretational elements are primarily intended for children, and the design interprets and follows various stylized forms from the everyday life of the Neanderthals. Each object calls for interaction with visitors inviting them to discover the content and learn from experience. Visitors can discover many interesting details about a particular topic by using their movements, which emphasizes the importance of physical presence at the location.

coauthors:
product design: Vedran Kasap and Ozana Ursić
graphic design: Goran Turković , Marko Šesnić, Andrea Sužnjević
interpretation plan: Dijana Hršak i Petra Bralić
trail reconstruction project: Kristina Radelić

collaborators
illustration: Andrea Sužnjević
interpretation texts: Dubravko Mihanović
geologist: Marijan Kovačić
Krapina Neanderthal Museum

project photographs:
Vedran Kasap
Mario Jurina
Petra Bralić

Infobip
Wall graphics design
August, 2017 | Signage
Infobip
Signage client Fabrika project Wall graphics design year 2017

Infobip is a Croatian leading IT company that recently opened the biggest IT campus in the state. Our assignment was to create, with the friends from Fabrika who designed into interior, wall graphics. Those graphic had to be motivating to the employes and of course - decorative.

authors:
Iva SIndik
Željko Burić (Fabrika)
Anotonio Balzareno (Fabrika)
Marko Šesnić
Goran Turković

photographies: Rajan Milošević / Koridor27

exhibition:
Croatian Design Exhibition 1718

Infobip is a Croatian leading IT company that recently opened the biggest IT campus in the state. Our assignment was to create, with the friends from Fabrika who designed into interior, wall graphics. Those graphic had to be motivating to the employes and of course - decorative.

authors:
Iva SIndik
Željko Burić (Fabrika)
Anotonio Balzareno (Fabrika)
Marko Šesnić
Goran Turković

photographies: Rajan Milošević / Koridor27

exhibition:
Croatian Design Exhibition 1718

Sky Office
Visual identity and signage design for Sky Office towers in Zagreb, Croatia.
June, 2013 | Signage
Sky Office
Signage client Kap4 project Visual identity and signage design for Sky Office towers in Zagreb, Croatia. year 2013

Sky Office is a Zagreb business centre, which is made up from two oval skyscrapers. The visual identity and signage are based on stylized raster of floors and windows of the skyscraper in such a way that one skyscraper is coded with horizontal lines, while the other is coded with vertical lines. That code is systematically carried out on all the elements of the identity; from the reception to the signage. The logo changes depending on its position – the location of the skyscraper in the logo corresponds to the perspective from which the buildings are observed.

Reception co-designers: Nikica Tabain & Nikola Šimunić

Sky Office is a Zagreb business centre, which is made up from two oval skyscrapers. The visual identity and signage are based on stylized raster of floors and windows of the skyscraper in such a way that one skyscraper is coded with horizontal lines, while the other is coded with vertical lines. That code is systematically carried out on all the elements of the identity; from the reception to the signage. The logo changes depending on its position – the location of the skyscraper in the logo corresponds to the perspective from which the buildings are observed.

Reception co-designers: Nikica Tabain & Nikola Šimunić

Višnjik Zadar
Signage design for a sports arena in Zadar.
May, 2008 | Signage
Višnjik Zadar
Signage client Atelier Hržić project Signage design for a sports arena in Zadar. year 2008

Architectural studio Hržić hired us to design signage for Zadar sports arena Višnjik, which was built for the World Handball Championship 2009.

Architectural studio Hržić hired us to design signage for Zadar sports arena Višnjik, which was built for the World Handball Championship 2009.

All suite hotel Istra
Signage design for an All suite hotel near Rovinj.
May, 2008 | Signage
All suite hotel Istra
Signage client Atelier Hržić / Abilia project Signage design for an All suite hotel near Rovinj. year 2008

In 2008 the architectural bureau Hotel Design Studio hired us to design signage for the luxury apartment wing of hotel Istra, on Crveni Otok near Rovinj. Our goal was to design discreet signage, which will fit into the existing space.

In 2008 the architectural bureau Hotel Design Studio hired us to design signage for the luxury apartment wing of hotel Istra, on Crveni Otok near Rovinj. Our goal was to design discreet signage, which will fit into the existing space.