13.05.2022One of 141Work has begun on the realisation of our wayfinding system for Research Campus in Hamburg Bahrenfeld has begun. The 141 foundations have already been laid! In the coming months, all wayfinding elements will be successively implemented. The coming months will now see the successive implementation of all information elements. The signage for the 60-hectare campus comprises a total of 333 elements. This is an indication of the complexity of this distinctive science location! So: stay tuned! 29.04.2022Hamburg Congress Center reopens after renovation!After five years of renovation, the Hamburg Congress Center (CCH) is back in full operation. With 50 multifunctional halls on an area of 36,000 m2, the CCH is one of the largest congress centers in Europe. It was expanded and revitalized according to plans agn leusmann / Tim Hupe Architekten. In addition to a capacity of 12,000 people, a large hall for 3,000 people and 12,000 m2 of exhibition space, the location of the CCH is unbeatable: in the middle of the city, right by the Dammtor train station. You can find first pictures here and for the TV news click here. We are happy about one more project in the infrastructure and event sector! More pictures of our wayfinding system will follow soon... 21.04.2022YES! Nomination for the European Design Awards 2022So great! Our wayfinding system for ZAL (Center of Applied Aeronautical Research) in Hamburg has been nominated for the European Design Awards 2022. The race has begun to win more! Stay tuned… 19.04.2022Free Desk for Creatives #standwithukraine #standforukraine #ukrainesupport #refugeeswelcome #youarewelcomeWe are offering a free desk for ukrainian creatives in Hamburg. High speed internet und coffee included! Just get in touch with us! firstname.lastname@example.org 05.04.20222nd place: Competition for the new Touristic wayfinding system of the city of Prague and its underground railway networkThere can only be one winner! Nevertheless, we are incredibly proud of our second place in the two-stage, international competition for the new touristic wayfinding system of the city of Prague as well as its underground railway network. What a challenge, and how great that we, together with Capitale Berlin / Daniel Perraudin (typography), Sheraz Khan (cartography) and Gerit Lippert (UX design), were chosen alongside three other high-calibre teams to develop a vision for future navigation through and around Prague – both over ground and underground! It was one of the most intensive and complex tasks of recent months. And we learned a great deal in the process, naturally... The competition was staged by Czechdesign (Czech Design Center) on behalf of ROPID (Prague Transport Company). 04.04.2022Wayfinding article in the ZAL Yearbook 2021The role played by the wayfinding system in its office building for the image of a company is something that the Center of Applied Aeronautical Research in Hamburg (ZAL) is particularly aware of. It creates a distinctive working atmosphere and reinforces the connection between employees and the company. Good orientation once again points the way towards good motivation and team spirit… We are delighted with a 4-page article in the ZAL Yearbook 2021. You can download the yearbook here.Read more 01.04.2022Congress Center Hamburg Wayfinding: well on track!The realisation of the signage system for Congress Center Hamburg is proceeding at a pace! With approx. 50 halls - some of which are individually configurable - on a surface area of 36,000 m², the revitalised CCH is one of the largest event locations in northern Germany. We are looking forward to the great result! More to follow. 01.03.2022New: you can now subscribe to our newsletter!Do you want to stay informed about our activities? Just sign up to our Newsletter! Of course, you can follow us on LinkedIn, Instagram, Facebook and Pinterest too. 12.01.2022Telegraph Berlin featured on “Fonts in Use”Our signage for the Telegraph Berlin has just been published on Fonts in Use. We are all the more pleased that the project with the Garaje from 205TF also made it into the »Staff Pic« category!More images 14.12.2021Project completed: Telegraph BerlinHow can signage help improve amenity value? By lending a clear identity! Take a look at our Telegraph project!More images 17.11.2021Wayfinding for the transport systems and the city of PragueWe are delighted to have been given the opportunity to take part in the competition for the new signage for the city of Prague. The goal is to develop a signage system that serves both public transport use and tourist orientation and guidance. An especially practical undertaking in the era of mobility transition! Alongside Studio Gourdin, our competence team comprises Daniel Perraudin (typographer, Capitale Berlin), Gerit Lippert (UX designer) and Sheraz Khan (cartographer). The competition is staged by Czechdesign (Czech Design Center) on behalf of ROPID (Prague Transport Company). Let‘s go to work! Find more Informations here. 23.09.2021Humbold Forum – Opening of the Ethnologisches Museum and the Museum für Asiatische KunstThe moment has arrived: Today sees the Ethnologisches Museum and the Museum für Asiatische Kunst open their doors to visitors. The opening ceremony took place yesterday in the presence of German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier. His candid speech regarding the forthcoming tasks of the museums was followed by a very moving address from the Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. The ceremony can be seen here in Relive. More about the project here.More pictures 08.09.2021Lugdunum Lyon – Gallo-Roman MuseumFirst pictures of our new project for the Gallo-Roman museum “Lugdunum” in Lyon (France). An impressive architecture from 1975 by the French architect Bernard Zehrfuss (1911–1996). We will start shortly!More picturesImages: © Studio Gourdin 15.08.2021Cross Innovation Lab 2021: ClimateWhat happens when transport companies and state infrastructure authorities collaborate with three creative professionals (Ulrich Grenz, Jonas Voigt and Nathanaël Gourdin) in considering the issue of mobility? The result is exciting and unexpected solutions with a focus on mobility culture and quality of life.Read moreIn the scope of the “Cross Innovation Lab 2021: Climate” initiated by the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft a participative communication concept for a new mobility culture was developed, with the aim of encouraging citizens to practice sustainable mobility, further developing the urban space in the process. In the form of a competition, an app is used to collect points via CO2 tracking, which can be used to redesign parking spaces (rePlace) for a 6-month period. With the aid of augmented reality, the Parklet modules available for selection (stage, exhibition space, mini market, lounge, cycle repair station…) can be visualised at the chosen location. This will create new spaces of interaction for a city with a high quality of life. The competition format utilises the incentive of creative involvement and participation in mobility transition: the more sustainable the mobility, the more the city becomes a public, vibrant and future-capable habitat – Moving City for Future. Concise, fresh and flexible: the MovingHH umbrella brand created for the project serves both the communication process for a new mobility culture in Hamburg and the identification of the Parklets as an initial step. It is designed for both independent use and as an add-on to other brands. When mobility encourages a change of direction... Our creative team Ulrich Grenz: Architect, founder and partner of asdfg Architekten BDA Jonas Voigt: Freelance designer and strategist, further information at jonas—voigt.com Nathanaël Gourdin: Designer, founder and director of Studio Gourdin GmbH CompaniesHamburger Hochbahn, Hamburger Verkehrsverbund, hySOLUTIONS, Landesbetrieb Straßen, Brücken und Gewässer, Behörde für Verkehr und Mobilitätswende, PMO#Digital; with Melanie Mergler, Laura Ehrenberg, Kathrin Gisdon, Joachim Wiucha, Lilli Russ, Florian Magin, Daniel Schulz and Dominik Radzuweit. Further information on the Cross Innovation Lab website: Culture for sustainable mobility. 06.07.2021Lugdunum: our new project in France!Studio Gourdin was commissioned by Lugdunum, an archaeological museum in Lyon, for the new wayfinding system and the exhibition graphics. We look forward to this new challenge. 12.08.2021Ready! Our exhibition for Hapag Lloyd is now open.Shortly before the beginning of the celebrations marking the 175th anniversary of the founding of the Hamburg-Amerikanische Packetfahrt-Actien-Gesellschaft (Hapag), predecessor of the present-day Hapag Lloyd AG, our exhibition was opened in the cupola of the company headquarters on Ballindamm. We would like to thank our client HC Stader GmbH and Hapag Lloyd AG for the excellent collaboration and wish all visitors a wonderful time! Pictures of the exhibition will follow shortly… 25.06.2021First pictures of the French Pavilion…Strikingly elegant… The implementation of our wayfinding system for the French Pavilion is progressing. Mehr in Kürze! 25.06.2021Black boxes of the Grottensaal completed!Our showcases with unique finds from the grotto hall in the Mathematisch-Physikalischer Salon (Royal Cabinet of Mathematical and Physical Instruments) are completed! A new look at the past of the Dresden Zwinger... 16.04.2021Competition for stops for the Dortmund StadtbahnThere can only be one winner, unfortunately it wasn’t us! But many thanks to studio schlotthauer matthiessen – architecturemade for inviting us to take part. It was great fun! See more here. 07.04.2021The signage for ZAL (Center of Applied Aeronautical Research) is completed!We are very pleased about the very positive client and users feedback! Have a look at our first pictures here… 26.03.2021New exhibition project!We are currently working on a new corporate exhibition project in a listed monument. Great challenge… Stay tuned! 18.03.2021New wayfinding project in HamburgStudio Gourdin has been commissioned by Bonava Deutschland GmbH to design the wayfinding of “Luruper Höfe”, a new residential area in Hamburg. Great! 08.02.2021New project in North Rhine-WestphaliaWe are looking forward to develop a wayfinding system for a swimming pool, commissioned by the dutch architecture studio Slangen + Koenis! More informations coming soon… 02.02.2021Cross Innovation Lab 2021 – Glad to be part of it!The experts for the Cross Innovation Lab of the Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft have recently been selected. I am pleased to be part of the team with 11 other colleagues!Read moreAccording to Hamburg Kreativ Gesellschaft, at the Cross Innovation Lab "creative professionals and companies work for several weeks in interdisciplinary teams on innovation projects and needs of the industry. Click here for more informations on this exciting format… 29.12.2020Our new stamps are here!After a very special year we have had our first stamp series printed for the start of 2021. Colourful, dynamic and filled with messages of hope! We are looking forward to the coming year with great confidence!Read moreMore pictures here! 17.12.2020Humboldt Forum opened yesterday!Really nice digital opening of the Humboldt Forum yesterday evening! And our wayfinding system was shown in the tv-news…Read moreMore informations here and there. Come in for a visit! 26.08.2020New project in Berlin-Mitte!Studio Gourdin wurde mit der Signaletik des ehemaligen Telegraphenbauamts in der Köpenicker Straße beauftragt. Wir freuen uns!Read moreMore informations here. 17.04.2020Humboldt Forum Building Corporate DesignProduction is well under way!Read moreMore informations here. 27.02.2020ZAL WorkshopRead moreThanks to ZAL (Center of Applied Aeronautical Research) for the great Workshop on environmental graphics and signage yesterday. Really inspiring time! We are looking forward to the next workshop. 25.02.2020Potsdam Science Park WorkshopGreat signage workshop yesterday at Potsdam Science Park! Many thanks to all participants for their motivation an input. We are looking forward to the next steps!Read moreMore informations here.