TSW, a design and architecture firm, was hired by the City of Perry, Georgia to provide landscape design and project management services for three park sites: Goodroe Park, 3rd Street Park, and Heritage Park. These parks are a vital part of the community and play an important role in providing recreational and social spaces for residents and visitors alike. Part of the design package was the Perry Parks Monument Signage.
One of the key elements of the master planning and design efforts for these parks was to design monumental signage that spoke to the existing signage in the city but had a modern refresh to better marry the newer components of the parks. The existing monument signs are a traditional red brick with green slate. The new monumental sign designs incorporate grey brick to update the look but keep the classic materiality the same. Caps and pin mounted lettering mirror the look of the existing signage and act as a welcoming entry sign to visitors and residents alike.
Located at two of the parks, these Perry Parks Monument Signage welcome people traveling from multiple directions into Perry, flanking and framing the new entry feature parks. These signs are not only functional, providing information and direction to visitors, but also serve as an aesthetic enhancement to the park, creating a sense of place and belonging.
TSW’s landscape design and project management services for these park sites have transformed them into vibrant and welcoming spaces for the community. The new monumental signs are a key element of the design, providing a modern refresh while still maintaining the traditional elements of the existing signage. The Perry Parks Monument Signage act as a welcoming entry to visitors and residents alike and serve as an aesthetic enhancement to the park, creating a sense of place and belonging.