Following the success of our design work at the e-Innovation Centre (EIC), Telford Campus, we were asked to provide graphics and wayfinding for the Science and Prototyping Centre (STPC) at Wolverhampton Science Park.
Established in October 1995, The Wolverhampton Science Park features a variety of buildings. These are mostly used by companies that need a combination of laboratory, workshop and office space. Businesses here specialise in sectors supporting the local Smart Specialisation agenda (aerospace, automotive, construction and life sciences).
Creative Graphics for Creative Industries
The Technology Centre houses a wide range of technology related businesses; The Creative Industries Centre houses a cluster of companies from the creative and digital media sector.
The Design Frontier were contacted to work on the fourth phase of building at the Science Park.
The award winning Science, Technology and Prototyping facility.
The £10.1M facility was funded by the University of Wolverhampton and a £4.8M grant contribution from the Black Country Growth Deal. The facility provides the infrastructure and a destination for science-based businesses that is not currently available anywhere else in the Black Country region.
Diverse and Dynamic
The graphic design of this building was in keeping with the previous arrow graphic and colour scheme, but with space to be even more imaginative, demonstrating the diverse opportunities and companies throughout the campus.