Spaces & Places

by Robyn Sproule

It is clear from the data supplied on the 100 Archive that environmental graphic design (EGD) is a growing field. The data visualisation illustrates this growth throughout the years and identifies the number of environmental projects that are interior, exterior or both.

Graphic design is all around us. Environmental graphic design creates an experience, influencing how one feels when walking into a building or room. The power that environmental graphic design has is fascinating and, therefore, inspired me to gather and visually represent the growth in this sector.

The final design, which contains layered isometric planes that resemble floors of a building, represents each year that EGD projects were submitted. The design aesthetic is similar to a blueprint, used in architecture, which highlights the subject matter and creates a unique visual approach.