Seven buildings, designed by Turner, form a composition through the site, surrounded by landscaped courtyards, pedestrian routes and a new public park.
The complexity of the site and circulation has provided the challenge for the way-finding design for Mascot Square. The buildings, which differ in appearance, are tied together through a designed palette of colours that reinforce the internal and external buildings identification.
A series of directional pylons guide residents and visitors though connecting courtyards while a bolder approach to the signage has been developed in the main lobbies.
The building identification and the way-finding systems in the car park provide a series of painted gigantic (super-graphics) letters and arrows to drive both pedestrian and vehicles to their homes.