CDT appointed to NT signage job

CDT’s ongoing signage work along the capital’s South Bank has been given a new dimension with the London group appointed last week to redesign signage for the National Theatre.

CDT was yesterday meeting with the NT and its long-standing architectural advisor Stanton Williams to discuss the project.

Mike Dempsey, a partner at CDT, says: “I think the National Theatre recognises that CDT has a real understanding, probably more than any other consultancy in the country, of what is going on in the South Bank area.”

CDT is now to study the theatre and its signage needs in depth. “It’s a confused building with a lot going on,” says Dempsey. “The graphics will play a large part in helping people

find their way around.”

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