The new logotype based on the exterior building signage
The roundel graphic is taken from the distinctive window in the main hall
Top level signage for the main spaces
Second level directional signage
The new visual identity across a range of print materials
Conway Hall is the 'home of humanism' and a landmark of London's intellectual, political, and cultural life housed in an historic building in Red Lion Square.
I updated the identity for Conway Hall and developed a new house style for all their communications and internal signage.
The new logotype features a re-drawn version of the original lettering featured on the building's exterior. The identity also makes use of British typefaces Clarendon and Perpetua in keeping with the style and date of the building.