Commissioned by Amsterdam based Rau architects, we created an interior wall graphics system for a high school (ISW Hoogland) in Naaldwijk, The Netherlands. The result is a modular graphics system consisting of seven different images and a color system using 14 colors that are based on the interior design concept by Rau. Silhouettes of the typical local scenery (het Westland) are used in colors identifying the different school-levels (leerpleinen). An additional image layer in contrasting colors is added featuring bouncing balls and butterflies. The balls and butterflies vary in size and density to create contrast and variation.

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