An entryway draws you in. Pulls you forward. Celebrates your arrival. It builds anticipation and instills confidence: You're in the right place. The entry is an invitation inside. Its colours and patterns lead the way like breadcrumbs. Visitors move through the space as naturally as if they had been there before.
The path leads to an entrance or meeting place. Steps like wooden planks say “by all means, the way is open.” Slats of colour suggest shadows down a tree-lined walkway, inviting you. The floor couldn’t be more clear.
Like a raft, the floor in front of reception invokes a quiet place to wait before entering the stream of things. Subtle pattern shifts suggest how a company intends their space. Wait here, engage, continue.
Navigate unsure spaces as easily as a favourite forest path. The floor reveals one area as distinct from another; marks an edge without drawing a line. When you delineate place intuitively, the path is clear.