Designed by world-renowned architects, the recently completed Yamanto Central district has been described as the ‘benchmark for retail’ in the Brisbane-Ipswich region. Operating on 25 hectares of land, this shopping centre aims to do it all, offering everything from supermarkets and department stores to a market style fresh food precinct. The developers are optimistic that the Yamanto district will be the catalyst in breathing new life into the South-West region.
During the final stages of the precinct’s construction, Yamanto approached CV Media & Signage for a complete signage solution in order to turn this mega-building into a functioning, easily accessible mall. This project was of a tremendous magnitude and resulted in CV installing a diverse range of signage across the precincts exterior and interior. In terms of some project highlights, CV are especially proud of delivering;
With the Yamanto district covering 25 hectares, directional signage was of the utmost importance. The bulk of this signage was installed in and around different entrances to provide information and allow for ease of access. This directional signage encompassed top of the line carpark location identifiers and digital wayfinding kiosks. CV also installed a range of directional wall and floor décor in the underground parking lot to promote a simplistic customer experience.
In order to make the central ‘Yamanto Central’ sign stand out, CV delivered internally illuminated letters that utilised an opal acrylic finish. This solution ensured that the central sign was not only visually pleasing, but also durable, and easy to read.
Due to the precinct’s optimal location, Yamanto believed that a pylon sign was a necessity. CV engineered, manufactured and installed a durable, LED based pylon in a strategic location that will maximise attention from drivers.
CV’s signage solution has been extraordinarily effective in complementing the progressive nature of the Yamanto centre. CV maintain a healthy relationship with the Yamanto district, and are proud to have played a role in the construction of this revolutionary shopping centre.