Signage RER / Metro Châtelet-les-Halles / Paris

New signage
RER / metro Châtelet-les-Halles interchange station

In 2012, architecture firm Berger / Anziutti in charge of the redevelopment of Les Halles, contacted us to rethink the signage of RER / metro Châtelet-les-Halles interchange station .
The aim of this project was to improve the passenger flow of the largest underground train station in Europe, with more than 26 million passengers per year. The redevelopment and new signage take place on the docks and in the transit hall, enlarged by 50% for the occasion. 3 new direct accesses from outside were also created. We wanted all the elements to be produced in enamelled sheet metal, historical material of the Parisian subway signage. The project is now installed and we are delighted to have participated in simplifying the journeys of many Parisians.

Product design : Normal Studio
Graphic design : Superscript²
User experience design : Attoma design