Cloud Gehshan Associates (Philadelphia) announced that wayfinding and gateway signage has been installed at Notre Dame of Maryland University in North Baltimore; the new system welcomes and directs visitors throughout the beautiful 58-acre campus. CGA selected earth tones to complement the bucolic landscape and brick architecture. Hand-made ornamental forms and cast bronze crests were also integrated to reflect the university's 100 years of history and its new grand entrance, designed by Robert AM Stern Architects. NDMU is excited to introduce the comprehensive system and believes it will create a positive first impression for visitors, prospective students, parents and friends.
The City of Rochester Pedestrian Wayfinding Plan was awarded the top Honor Award of Excellence by the New York State Chapter of the American Society of Landscape Architects. Judged by a multi-disciplinary jury, the project was developed in collaboration with Bergmann Associates. With the goals of increasing tourism and attracting new public and private investment, CGA designed a comprehensive pedestrian wayfinding system for Rochester's thriving and growing Center City. The study conducted for improved orientation and direction was inclusive of all major destinations, public venues, and attractions.