Creative director Richard Wolfströme is an award-winning designer, with over 28 years experience – interested in furthering information graphic design and typography by continually challenging the technical and creative disciplines. His primary strength lies in determining how to communicate information optimally across different media – from print to screen to installation.

One of his specialisms is in cultural placemaking and wayfinding which allows him to explore and develop unique design solutions for buildings, urban places, parks and landscapes. He develops narrative wayfaring and interventions that give a sense of ownership and meaning to the communities that live, work and play in their own places. In doing this, citizens feel a connection and understanding of their environment which inspires to create a greater sense of community.

He works in collaboration with architects (building and landscape), property developers, social housing groups, government, municipalities, corporates, arts organisations and retail. Designs are implemented directly into the landscape, often using unique innovative techniques, along with options to create augmented reality apps for mobile devices, which can engage with information on a deeper level along with location and trail mapping.

His work also includes the branding and development of identity and information systems for place and buildings to create sympathetic modern contemporary solutions that ensure places have a coherent, appropriate and desirable approach to environmental and spatial information design making our places more accessible.

He is a:
Member of the International Society of Typographic Designers
RSA Fellow
Academician of the Academy of Urbanism
Associate member of the Landscape Institute
Member of the international Placemaking Leadership Council
Member of the Society of Environmental Graphic Design

Specialties:
Placemaking
Information design
Wayfinding
Narrative wayfaring
Consultancy
Digital media and apps
Workshopping
Identity and brand
Typography & graphic design
Print – literature, book design, posters etc.
Digital media – websites and apps

Internationally recognised typographic excellence
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