Orientation around the new British Library building on London’s Euston Road will be aided by a series of colour-coded wall plans created by Information Design Unit. The drawings define which areas of the four-storey library are accessible to the public, readers and staff. The Newport Pagnell group’s senior designer Colette Miller created 34 wall plans, including two 3D plans and a pocket guide for library staff. The building is due to open to readers in November.

Met Studio has created two projects for the Museum of London. The Catwalk (pictured) is a fast-track pathway through galleries at the museum, providing a brief history of London. The consultancy also developed the London Now gallery, a 150m2 exhibition of

London’s recent past.

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