A custom way-finding strategy of interior maps for University of Toronto Innis College building. 3d modelled in Sketchup, original artwork in Illustrator and Photoshop. The final outcome was three 4'x8' wall maps mounted in the atriums and common areas in the building. The building is attached to a historical home on George Street, breaking the building into two wings separated by a large auditorium. The two wings are attached to two atriums on the first floor, but the subsequent floors are not connected. This makes the building difficult to navigate for new students, and the administrative staff constantly have to act as tour guides. To solve this problem, along with the interior design company Bloom, I decided to create a unique and visual based navigation through the college. The four mounted maps have been very successful.