Saam designed a wayfinding concept for the Boston Harbor Industrial Park that blends with existing area signage and reflects the character of the industrial seaport.
The weathered material in combination with the high-tech LED screen of the proposed sign on Summer Street mirrors the unique historic yet modern character of the city of Boston. Set on the corner of Pappas Way and Summer Street, the sign matches the aesthetic of the Raymond L. Flynn Marine Park sign across the street to create a cohesive signage concept for the industrial seaport area.
A proposed timeline sign on Pappas Way along the harborwalk outlines the history of the Reserved Channel from 1630 to present. Its northeast facing orientation presents a view of the channel and seaport.