Jeremy Kramer has been immersed in the field of Signage Programs, Street Furniture and Media Architecture for more than 25 years. He received the mandate from Astral Out-of-Home to design the new street furniture for the city of Toronto. continue reading...
York Region Bike Shelters
As a complement to the KDA designed coordinated street furniture program for The Regional Municipality of York Region, KDA is developing a Bicycle Shelter System for cyclists to temporarily and safely store and lock their bikes as they utilize other forms of public transportation.
The shelters, in modular components of 3, 6, or 9, will be conveniently located at major transit stops and transfers within York Region.
Mississauga’s Celebration Square Gateway
Mississauga Celebration Square is a vibrant, state-of-the-art, public space located outside City Hall in the downtown core. As part of the Square’s dynamic features, KDA designed Mississauga’s first-ever, large-scale multi-media billboard which incorporates two 10’x35’ digital displays, and two LED tickers dedicated exclusively for use by the City.
The Gateway is a unique public and private partnership between the City of Mississauga and Astral Out-of-Home.
George Brown College Waterfront Campus
KDA has been retained by George Brown College to develop a comprehensive Signage and Wayfinding Program for their new Waterfront Health Sciences Campus. Designed by Toronto based firm KPMB Architects, in joint venture with Stantec Architects, it is a 492,357 sq. ft. integrated vertical campus in the heart of Toronto’s developing waterfront.
The program will coordinate with the existing signage and wayfinding masterplan also developed by KDA for George Brown College’s other campus locations.