Malaga Trade Fair and Congress Center

Corporate signage, Interior signage, Wayfinding Design
03 Apr. 2017, Malaga, Spain

A space to create meetings

The Exhibitions and Congresses Palace of Malaga or (FYCMA) was inaugurated in 2003. It has an area of 60,000 m2 and was designed by architect Ángel Asenjo.

The exhibition space includes two pavilions, two auditoriums, two conference rooms, exhibition halls and multipurpose rooms. The offer includes three restaurants and a parking lot for 1200 vehicles.

The Palace managed by the City Council of Malaga is the meeting point for companies and professionals since it can accommodate 20,000 visitors.

The design company Addison-Spain, led by Wayne Rosemin, was responsible for the signage design project and the study of needs.

Our firm won the production and installation tender. The modern design proposed by Addison contemplated the application of the new brand on facades, exterior directional totems for the localisation of accesses and parking lots. The general directories monoliths located in the main entrances work as an attraction as it has location plans and a localisation point (You are here).

All the elements were manufactured in painted aluminium sheets, labelled with high resistance adhesive vinyl and all the pieces were completed with a stainless steel mesh that sometimes worked as an anchor, sometimes as a screen to protect the lighting and others as anchor to the ceiling. All the complements; anchors, spacers, etc. were applied in brushed stainless steel.

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