Excerpts from design of a publication about rethinking programming and use of space for a major cultural / tourist center. The document, written by Weisz + Yoes Architects (now WXY Studio), is heavy on data, content, images, and yet needed to be concise and easy to read.

Below, the introduction page. On subsequent pages, graphics helped the cultural space’s representatives view the problem from a new perspective, illuminating potential new solutions.

first page of TSIC book

Presentation of numerical data within the report uses appropriate chart types, visual depiction of numerical data, and in some cases, color-coding tied to the organization’s spatial needs and physical space.

detail from TSIC book

detail from TSIC book

The report presented three possible solution scenarios, with each evaluated according to common goals and criteria.

detail from TSIC book

Each scenario included a table of space usage broken down by need, with a color-coded bar chart depicting the information graphically, for ease of comparison. Space plans in later versions will be color-coded as well.

detail from TSIC book
detail from TSIC book