Projectile Motion: Hat-Trick Design’s Stockwell Project Bring Local Art to Wayfinding

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February 14, 2014
The Stockwell Park Estate in Lambeth, South London, boasts a colorful cultural history. Once part of a Roman trade route out of the city, the eclectic community has been reinvigorated over the years with immigrants from the Caribbean and Portugal. Read Full Article
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  Bird Box tile near the pond. Photo by hat-trick design.
    Bird Box tile near the pond. Photo by hat-trick design.
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  Signage on the Chute House. Photo by hat-trick design.
    Signage on the Chute House. Photo by hat-trick design.
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  Flat Sign on Robarts Street. Photo by hat-trick design.
    Flat Sign on Robarts Street. Photo by hat-trick design.
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  A graffiti-inspired tile by Boyd decorates the Skate Park. Photo by hat-trick design.
    A graffiti-inspired tile by Boyd decorates the Skate Park. Photo by hat-trick design.
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  Red, banner-like patterns decorate a map in Stockwell. Photo by hat-trick design.
    Red, banner-like patterns decorate a map in Stockwell. Photo by hat-trick design.
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  Wall featuring an array of modular tiling. You can see the Roman road motif in the foreground. Photo by hat-trick design.
    Wall featuring an array of modular tiling. You can see the Roman road motif in the foreground. Photo by hat-trick design.
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  Wynter House signage, tile designed by Linda Florence. Photo by hat-trick design.
    Wynter House signage, tile designed by Linda Florence. Photo by hat-trick design.

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