Despite the moniker, Grace Farms is not an agricultural enterprise. The unique 80-acre campus in New Canaan, Conn., boasts a multiple award-winning and winding 83,000-square-foot building, while exemplary wayfinding by Pentagram (New York) helps guide all visitors in their exploration of nature, community and faith.
Previous to this survey, the industry has been devoid of a benchmark for which software packages work best for experiential graphic design practitioners.
Things are really heating up in the experiential graphic design field job market, with many firms expanding it is a great time for designers to take the next step in their careers.
So you're a designer, fabricator, client or student from anywhere in the world and you've got an amazing project you or your team completed between 1/1/2014 and 12/31/2016, and you want to enter (and win!) an SEGD Global Design Award.
Urban Sign was awarded a 2016 Craftsmanship Award by the Building Congress & Exchange for their work on the University of Maryland, Baltimore County (UMBC) gateway sign, which was designed by Cloud Gehshan Associates for their client the Whiting Turner Contracting Company. The sign serpentines along the landscape for over 120 feet and is nearly 8' high on the left, shrinking to 3' on the right. The background pattern, evoking the Maryland State flag, was fabricated using a varied dot pattern.
The topic of this paper, "Inclusive Washrooms: A Solution Through Signage" is universal washrooms and the opportunity for various organizations as well as the design industry to review associated signage to ensure they are meeting the needs of a wider community. Universal washrooms exist in two scenarios – single-use washrooms containing a single toilet and sink in a lockable room, and multi-use facilities with individual enclosed toilet stalls that share a
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A celebration of New York City’s rich immigrant culture, the sculpture takes the form of 33 metal poles inscribed with the origins of foreign-born NYC residents.
Christopher Lee, managing director (EMEA), Populous, explores how Arsenal's Emirates Stadium has led a new wave of venue-led urban regeneration in what was one of London's most deprived areas.