Grand Paris Express metro
Client/employer: AREP designlab
Paris, France, February 2017
Arep designlab, as a private contractor of la Société du Grand Paris, hired me as assistant project manager in charge of programming the wayfinding system for numerous stations of the new Parisian metro system Grand Paris Express.
Our missions consisted of studying the architectural blueprints of specific metro stations, meeting the architects in order to absorb as much information as possible about the space and structure of said stations, analysing the incoming and outgoing passerby circulation and defining where to place which information at different spots inside and outside the station.
The modular graphic system for this wayfinding program was designed by IRB.
During my contract, I programmed the wayfinding for numerous stations, such as: Saint-Denis Pleyel, La Défense, Pont de Sèvres, Sevran-Beaudottes, Sevran-Livry, Noisy-Champs, Antonypôle, Massy-Palaiseau, Massy-Opéra and more.