Washington, DC

TTD created the comprehensive headquarters signage and graphics program for the IMF’s HQ2 building in Washington, DC. Highlights of the signage included a seven foot glass circular logo in the lobby, special graphic panels designed to use the eight languages of the IMF in the servery and a complete changeable system for paper replacement for over 3500 office related signs.

Client: Pei Cobb Freed; Carr America


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