Cloud Gehshan Associates (Philadelphia) has completed a signage and wayfinding system at the University of Texas San Antonio. The system includes vehicular and pedestrian directionals, orientation stations, sheltered kiosks, and building identification signs. Architectural gateways of local limestone and glass were recently installed, marking the entrance to the 600-acre campus.
CGA is designing a donor recognition system for the new Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion at the Franklin Institute, which will house "Your Brain," a state-of-the-art multi-media exploration of the most complex part of the human body.
The firm was also selected to develop an exterior signage and wayfinding program for Temple University, in collaboration with LSRLA studio, Wallace Roberts & Todd, and The Lighting Practice.
Brigham and Women's Hospital, the prestigious teaching affiliate of Harvard Medical School, has selected CGA, Klopfer Martin Design Group, and NBBJ for a major master planning effort. CGA will be providing campus-wide wayfinding and signage for BWH, which is located in the heart of the Longwood Medical Area in Boston. CGA designers are currently studying the hospital's complex streetscape, identification, and directional needs. This undertaking will enable visitor self-navigation and clear identification for BWH in the high-traffic medical district.