While first doing my initial research and photography of the Michigan League, I took into account its varied use of materials. I learned that the architecture was done relating to the Arts & Crafts movement, which flourished around 1880-1920. This style included simple materials like red brick and stone, and featured details such as wood fittings as well.
The League signage is diverse but inconsistent. The pictures I took showcase the variation in material, form, accessibility, and type. The older signs are wood or metallic plaques, while the newer signs are backlit or made of a plastic lamination.
Overall, I wish to create a distinct wayfinding system that complements the history of the League, while providing adequate accessibility measures for visitors of different abilities. It should unify the signage and the identity of the League.