Cloud Gehshan Associates (Philadelphia) is in the early stages of developing an interactive, smart building signage system for the Federal Reserve Board's Martin Building with Washington, D.C.-based architects Karn Charuhas Chapman & Twohey.
The firm is also in the construction documentation phase of a new comprehensive signage and wayfinding system for The University of Chicago. The project will encompass both vehicular and pedestrian wayfinding for the 215-acre campus, which includes several projects honored by the American Institute of Architects.
CGA is developing a pedestrian wayfinding system and smartphone application for the City of Rochester, encouraging visitors, students, and residents to explore more of this dynamic city on foot. The Al Doho Quarter of Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, is another pedestrian wayfinding project for CGA, where the firm is developing the branding, interpretation, and signage program for the historic capital. This is CGA's second project in Saudi Arabia with architecture and planning firm Ayers Saint Gross.