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The Podium

The Podium

In addition to providing naming, identity, and facility branding for this 135,000-square-foot, 4,000-seat-indoor multisport venue, helveticka created both signage and experiential graphics throughout the space, including five vomitories.

The Podium

Parkview Café – near the massive windows overlooking Spokane’s Riverfront Park – is one of the two concessions areas on the main concourse for which helveticka developed naming and signage.

The Podium

A detail of the signage for the second concessions area shows the painted aluminum letters on a powder-coated aluminum band.

The Podium

helveticka was also responsible for the facility’s interior wayfinding system.

The Podium

Men's and women's restrooms feature custom-designed tile on the privacy walls.

The Podium

Even the restroom code signage carries elements of The Podium’s branding.

Spokane Public Library

The Hive

An innovative partnership between the Spokane Public Library and the Spokane Public Schools, The Hive is a non-traditional home for artists in residence, public event spaces, and an educational program for public school professionals. 12-foot-tall pan-channel letters identify the building, which is situated along a busy avenue.

Spokane Public Library

Taking cues from the surrounding post-war commercial neighborhood, a two-sided neon sign signals the building's north entry point.

Spokane Public Library

The Hive's hexagon-and-neon theme continues on the south side of the building near the primary entrance.

Spokane Public Library

The main entrance identifies the building’s two partners: Spokane Public Library and Spokane Public Schools. Playful arrows highlight room signage throughout the building.

Spokane Public Library

A hand-painted mural greets entering visitors with the message "Arrive Curious, Leave Inspired.”

Spokane Public Library

Local artists can apply for studio residencies – from three to six months in length – to create and share their work with the public. helveticka also designed the building's code signage.

Spokane Public Library

Underscoring the desire to become a community asset, The Hive incorporates learning, maker, and event spaces that serve the public.

Avista Pavilion

Avista Pavilion

Funded by Avista, the grand pavilion at Coeur d’Alene’s McEuen Park can accommodate up to 200 people and is available for private rental.

Avista Pavilion

helveticka designed the pavilion’s 27’ x 8’ LED-lit and powder-coated aluminum sign; long-time collaborator Hydrafab Northwest built and installed it.

Convention Center

Spokane Public Facilities District – Convention Center

The signage and wayfinding system for Spokane’s $89 million Convention Center expansion required more than 600 signs to help visitors find their way around the campus.

Convention Center

Signage for sponsored exhibit halls is wrapped around existing concrete columns.

Convention Center

Visitors are oriented at the promenade that joins the original convention center with the recent addition.

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