Ann Harakawa

Ann Harakawa, Two Twelve
New York

SEGD Global Design Awards

Chicago Parks District, Two Twelve Harakawa
Chicago Parks
Grand Central Construction Barricades, LaSalle Partners, Two Twelve Harakawa
Grand Central Construction Barricades
Grand Central Terminal Retail Directory Map, Metropolitan Transportation Authority, Two Twelve Harakawa
Grand Central Terminal Retail Directory Map
NeXtwork Convention, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, Two Twelve Associates
NeXtwork Convention

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Ann Harakawa, Principal of Two Twelve (New York), is known for creating logical and perfectly executed wayfinding strategies, master plans, and environmental graphics. She and Two Twelve have guided millions of people throughout New York City and the United States.

Specializing in complex, multi-stakeholders projects, Ann and her team have gained recognition by focusing on their clients’ priorities, consistently maintaining consensus, and moving projects forward. Ann has guided Two Twelve’s most prestigious public information, data visualization, and environmental graphic design projects for exacting clients including the Office of the Mayor of New York, Vornado Realty Trust, the Port Authority of NY & NJ, The New York Mets, Bloomberg LP, and Citigroup.

Ann’s experience includes New York City landmarks and tourist destinations including Grand Central Station, Rockefeller Center, the Empire State Building, Radio City Music Hall, CitiField, Macy’s Herald Square, and the World Trade Center.  She has developed large-scale communication and wayfinding master-plan initiatives such as NYC2012, PlaNYC, Downtown Brooklyn, and Hudson Yards. Ann’s leadership and ability to bring all stakeholder needs to the forefront have earned her the respect of the leading architects, developers, civic leaders, and visionaries that she counts among her regular clients.

Completed projects include the multi-modal transportation hub Denver Union Station, the signage and innovative lighting strategy for the New Jersey MetLife Stadium, and the Cornell University Engineering Campus Plan for Roosevelt Island.

Ann has served on the Board for the Art Directors Club since 2005 and is a longtime member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts and the Society for Experiential Graphic Design. She was a member of the 2006 Japanese-American Delegation sponsored by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Japan Foundation Center for Global Partnership. In 2011 was appointed to the Japanese American National Museum Board of Governors. She was the recipient of the 2012 Asian Women in Business Award.

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