Exhibitions SEGD Global Design Awards

Aluksne Banitis Station
06/11/2019

This multimedia exhibition is dedicated to a unique narrow-gauge railway line in Europe that is not only a place for the preservation of collective memory but is still operational today.

Tillamook Creamery Visitor Experience
04/02/2019

Tillamook Creamery Association wanted to create an updated visitor experience at their popular creamery and tasting room for the over 1.3 million tourists they see each year.

Design with the 90%
04/02/2019

This exhibition celebrates design as a process, a way of thinking, and an approach to solving a problem—and the important role design can play in addressing critical human problems.

The Senses: Design Beyond Vision
04/02/2019

Cooper Hewitt invited visitors of all abilities to actively engage in ways surpassing conventional “universal design” considerations.

The Observatory at Electric Forest
04/02/2019

Electric Forest opens for a single week every year, catering primarily to Jam Band and Electronic music genres.

Chicago Architecture Center
04/02/2019

After 50 years, the CAC had matured into a leading Chicago cultural organization—but the only one without a home.

Ganga Whisper
04/02/2019

In the ancient civilization of India, the worship of water has always been important. The worship of nature has given divinity to water, as giving both life and culture.

Death in the Ice: The Mystery of the Franklin Expedition
04/02/2019

The Franklin Expedition left London in 1845 to confirm a Northwest Passage through the Canadian Arctic. After entering the Arctic, HMS Erebus and Terror disappeared.

Lighter, Stronger, Faster: The Herreshoff Legacy
03/26/2019

The Herreshoff Collection at MIT holds a vast resource of materials.

Animate Turangalila
03/26/2019

The city symphony was desperate to revitalize an aging subscriber base with performance events that would engage a younger audience.

WDCH Dreams
03/26/2019

Refik Anadol Studio was commissioned by the Los Angeles Philharmonic as part of their centennial celebration.

The Seven Worlds of Vladimir Vysotsky
03/26/2019

"Hallways: Seven Worlds of Vladimir Vysotsky" at The Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center in Moscow is an immersive multimedia exhibition dedicated to the work of Vladimir Vysotsky, a 20th-century Ru

Heart of Iceland
03/26/2019

Thingvellir is a natural wonder, situated on the tectonic plate boundaries of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge.

Jie Zi Yuan
08/06/2018

Jie Zi Yuan is the graduation design work of the Luxun Academy of Fine Arts Exhibition Design Studio.

Understory at Amazon Spheres
08/06/2018

The Spheres is the latest addition to Amazon’s downtown Seattle headquarters, and offers employees a work environment shared with over 40,000 plants, bringing them closer to nature as they work.

Living Computers: Museum + Labs
08/06/2018

Living Computers: Museum + Labs, established by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, not only preserves and displays working vintage computers, it also aims to make technology fun and accessible to the

Turangalila Symphony Mapped Projection
08/03/2018

The city symphony was desperate to revitalize an aging subscriber base with performance events that would engage a younger audience.

Sci-Fest
08/03/2018

The first Science Fiction Film Festival in Los Angeles, Sci-Fest LA is now an annual event dedicated to putting the spotlight on science fiction and fantasy films, and interactive entertainment fro

Jameson Distillery Bow St.
08/03/2018

Jameson Distillery Bow St. is the ultimate Jameson brand home experience in the newly restored historical building where John Jameson began distilling whiskey in 1780.

Häfele New York Showroom
07/30/2018

Häfele is a global hardware company based in Germany with a long tradition of quality precision engineering.

Lenses on the Sky
07/30/2018

Lenses on the Sky is a large-scale environmental installation permanently residing outside of OMSI’s newly redesigned Planetarium.

BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia
07/27/2018

Graphic design student Tais Ghelli aimed to explore the boundaries of transmedia design with an exhibition on Brazilian Brutalist Architecture.

Stalin Repressions
07/27/2018

The new part of the JMTC’s permanent exhibition is dedicated to the story of Soviet Jews from 1945 through the late 1960s, during which moments of hope were quickly replaced by new waves of anti-Se

Latvians in World War I
07/27/2018

World War I marked a major turn in the history of the world. It deconstructed the lives of nations and individuals. Helplessness, uncertainty, pain, insecurity.

The New San Francisco Museum of Modern Art: Identity and Placemaking
07/20/2018

The building identification provides a visual presence for the museum within the surrounding cityscape.

Cinémathèque Québécoise Wayfinding
06/26/2018

The Cinémathèque québécoise is at once a museum and an active film institution. The space houses two screening rooms where classic and contemporary films are regularly presented.

Timber City
06/25/2018

Timber City examined the benefits of timber construction by presenting information about engineered wood, focusing primarily on Cross Laminated Timber, a new building material recently introduced t

Our Senses: An Immersive Experience
06/25/2018

The highly experiential exhibition Our Senses delves into how our brains work with sensory organs to shape our perceptions.

Planet MTL Exhibition
06/19/2018

Planet MTL is an innovative educational exhibition that challenges visitors to consider what they love about their city in the context of what makes their city livable, lovable and sustainable desp

Wayfinding MASS MoCA
06/19/2018

The largest contemporary art museum in the United States is housed on a vast 17-acre industrial campus.

Mod New York: Fashion Takes a Trip
06/19/2018

The exhibition highlights a selection of visually groundbreaking and historically significant garments from the 1960s when American fashion underwent radical aesthetic transformations.

Laredo Water Museum
06/19/2018

The Laredo Water Museum, situated on the banks of The Rio Grande, ushers visitors through a metaphorical journey down the Rio Grande River to answer the deceptively simple question: Where does our

LEGO House
06/18/2018

In the small Danish town of Billund, the LEGO Group has placed its iconic LEGO® House, where guests can engage in unique LEGO play experiences, learn about the company behind one of the world’s mos

Ground Up: Building Big Ideas, Together
06/18/2018

Designed for and tested by young children, Scienceworks’ new permanent exhibition Ground Up: Building Big Ideas, Together for babies to five-year-olds provides an engaging, playful and saf

Impact of the Bible Exhibits
06/18/2018

C&G Partners developed the exhibit design, graphics, interactive media and video content and exhibit for “Impact of the Bible,” a permanent inaugural exhibit occupying the second floor of the n

Cave Temples of Dunhuang: Buddhist Art on China’s Silk Road
05/10/2018

At the Mogao Grottoes in Dunhuang, dramatically situated in a stark desert landscape in northwest China, 500 decorated cave temples excavated into a cliff face are filled with spectacular wall pain

“As We Are” Interactive Digital Sculpture
05/10/2018

“As We Are” is an interactive digital sculpture that provides an opportunity for visitors, whether local or from far away, to engage with the community and ultimately become part of it.

Wisconsin Alumni Park
05/10/2018

As an outdoor museum, a storytelling park, a sculpture garden and a festival green, Alumni Park is designed to create and capture the pride, joy and spirit of being a University of Wisconsin Badger

Out of Line
04/04/2018

“Drawing can give form to thoughts, lead to new ideas, make the invisible visible, and be the means to dream. This studio is a place to use drawing as a tool in these ways and more.”

Like Me: Our Bond with Brands
04/04/2018

Whether we like it or not, we all have relationships with brands, but these relationships are changing fast.

Flight Gallery, Discovery Centre
04/03/2018

Designed by AldrichPears Associates, this flight-themed science gallery is a permanent exhibit at the new waterfront home of Discovery Centre, Nova Scotia’s hands-on science center.

Exploring Pueblo Pottery
04/03/2018
Fashion for Good Launchpad Exhibition
04/03/2018

The C&A Foundation engaged Local Projects to create their launchpad exhibition about sustainable fashion, designed with sustainable materials aimed at enabling the widespread adoption of good f

Bill & Melinda Gates Discovery Center
04/03/2018

"How can each of us make a difference?" That's the question asked by the Bill and Melinda Gates Discovery Center.

NASA: Data Lens
04/03/2018

The NASA Goddard Space Flight Center is the largest combined organization of scientists and engineers in the US; 10,000 employees and contractors study earth, the solar system and the universe via

150 Media Stream
04/03/2018

A stunning new media installation illuminates Chicago’s West Loop.

Archive Dreaming
04/02/2018

What are the urgent conditions, responsibilities, meanings and future-directed objectives for a cultural institution functioning in the future?

LAVA Centre
04/02/2018

The LAVA Centre sits between five of Iceland's greatest volcanoes.

London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE
04/02/2018

The London Mithraeum Bloomberg SPACE mixes original archaeology, next-generation installations and contemporary art commissions, inviting visitors to encounter an ancient mystery cult.

"The Handmaid’s Tale" Highline Installation
04/02/2018

Hulu launched its new series adaption of “The Handmaid’s Tale,” the dystopian classic by Margaret Atwood.

Exhibitionism - The Rolling Stones Exhibition
04/17/2017

For over five decades, the Rolling Stones have continually reinvented themselves as musicians, performers and cultural icons, transforming music, art, fashion and popular culture in the process.

04/17/2017

Building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico was a focal point of the 2016 U.S.

La Cité du Vin Permanent Exhibition
04/14/2017

La Cité du Vin, which opened in June 2016, is the world’s largest visitor center dedicated to the story of wine.

Who, Like Me, Is Threatened?
04/09/2017

In 2014, the Center for Civil and Human Rights opened in Atlanta as a place for education, connection, collaboration and action.

Written Wor(l)ds
04/09/2017

Written Wor(l)ds was part of Creative Mapping, a special topics course that brought together University of Houston MFA/BFA Graphic Design, School of Art and MFA/PhD Creative Writing, Department of

Free Zone
04/09/2017

The design brief asked the Second Story team to explore the theme of “time” by imagining a future world based on “plausible present technologies, ideas or milieus.” The temporary installation would

Photography Interpretive Gallery
04/08/2017

“Photography is one of the foundations on which this house is built. We want to set it up as the equal of painting here,” said SFMOMA Director Neal Benezra.

Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum Signage
04/07/2017

In December 2014, following a three-year renovation that has restored the historic Andrew Carnegie Mansion and increased the museum’s exhibition space by 60 percent, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian

"Closed Worlds" Exhibition
04/06/2017

What do outer space capsules, submarines, and office buildings have in common?

The Segregated Lunch Counter and Panorama of the Civil Rights Movement
03/27/2017

The National Museum of African American History and Culture’s goal with the “Segregated Lunch Counter” interactive was to teach visitors about the methods and organizational approaches used by acti

Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture
03/26/2017

The 85,000 square feet of inaugural exhibitions for the National Museum of African American History and Culture take visitors on a journey that is rooted in history, embraces community, and celebrates culture.

Boris Yeltsin Presidential Center Media Façade
03/26/2017

In January 2016, the Presidential Center honoring Russian President Boris Yeltsin opened in Ekaterinburg that features a complex media façade.

03/26/2017

The renovated Rainis museum “Tadenava”, is the place where famous Latvian writer, Rainis, spent the first three years of his life.

LOOK/HEAR
03/26/2017

LOOK/HEAR was a student project installed at the Fred Lazarus IV Center Leidy Gallery that explores the relationship between scenes and soundscapes, looking and hearing.

DinoStomp
03/26/2017

DinoStomp is an experience in which up to ten users can interact with dinosaurs from all Mesozoic eras within an imaginary 3D landscape. It is set in the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History’s DinoLab exhibition space.

Powering the Future
02/28/2017

Powering the Future is an appealing new destination, en route to the UNESCO heritage site fiingvellir, and located on the banks of the Sog river, where the water that fuels the power station is a pr

Batoche National Historic Site
02/28/2017

As sesquicentennial celebrations unfold, it is important not to overlook Canada’s pre-Confederation and first nations heritage.

Stolen Heart Video Map
02/28/2017

The Stolen Heart Video Map, a three-dimensional projection map, is the signature element of the small but powerful exhibition “Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin’s Historic Center

New York at Its Core
02/28/2017

The Museum of the City of New York undertook this first-ever permanent exhibition of New York City’s 400-year history by assembling a highly collaborative group of historians and education experts.

Woodlawn Stone Barn
02/28/2017

This project’s challenge was to animate a historic architectural treasure—an 1832 Quaker stone barn in Sandy Spring, Maryland—with the stories of those who once inhabited the farm and its community

Ho-Am Museum of Art Placemaking
02/28/2017

The Ho-Am Art Museum, located just 24 miles south of Seoul, is home to more than 100 national treasures.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art Opening Exhibition Graphics
02/28/2017

Coinciding with the opening of the museum’s expanded new building, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art embarked on a profound reexamination of its values, its experience principles and its relat

Decibel Electronic Audio+Art Festival featuring Optic Symphony
02/28/2017

Optic Symphony is an interactive installation designed for the Decibel Electronic Audio+Art Festival. How do musicians listen to music? Inspired by the phenomenon of synesthesia, this

JetBlue Junior Children's Play Area
02/28/2017

JetBlue’s aviation-themed interactive play space at JFK’s Terminal 5i is designed to delight and educate children from age 2 to 12 with hands-on and digital activities, keeping them engaged and ent

Drucker House Museum
02/28/2017

In 2015, the Drucker Institute acquired the home of its namesake, management guru Peter Drucker.

World Architecture Festival Exhibition London
05/27/2016

The inaugural World Architecture Festival (WAF) London event was held at the Ambika P3 space at Westminster University in June 2015.

Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center
05/27/2016

For 125 years, the Homestake Mine in Lead, South Dakota, founded by the mining magnate George Hearst, was the largest and deepest mine in the Western Hemisphere, and the most

Jacob A. Riis: Revealing New York’s Other Half
05/27/2016

Jacob Riis (1849-1914) was a pioneering newspaper reporter and social reformer in New York at the turn of the 20th century.

Interactive Books on Paul Gauguin
05/26/2016

The Fondation Beyeler is a Swiss museum of modern art that ranks as one of the finest in the world.

Fragment
05/26/2016

For his thesis project in the MFA Graphic Design program at Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA), Yu Chen wanted to explore graphic design beyond the two-dimensional plane.

e°FLOW Interactive Sculpture
05/26/2016

E-paper technology is best known for its use in eReaders around the world.

Center for Civil and Human Rights
05/26/2016

The Center for Civil and Human Rights tells the story and brings to life the American civil rights movement and introduces past and current human rights issues across the globe.

Canadian Museum for Human Rights
05/25/2016

The new Canadian Museum for Human Rights in Winnipeg was designed as a national hub for human rights learning and discovery and a catalyst for a new era of global human rights leadership.

Target Open House
05/25/2016

What will the connected home of the future look like?

INFORMATION
05/24/2016

The role of information in modern society is constantly growing and the discipline and role of information design continues to evolve.

Han Meilin Art Museum
05/24/2016

Han Meilin is one of China’s preeminent contemporary artists.

Drawbot for Brian Eno
05/24/2016

For her project as a graphic design student at ArtCenter College of Design, Pearlyn Lii aimed to push the boundaries between physical and digital space through an interactive installation dedicated

TING: Technology & Democracy
06/07/2015

TING: Technology & Democracy was designed to explore the complex relationship between specific technologies—historic and emerging—and the development of democratic societies.

Learning to See
06/06/2015

Learning to See, the permanent exhibit in the new Science Pyramid space at the Denver Botanic Gardens, brings to life the stories hidden within Colorado's landscape.

Stories About Man and Power in 10 Objects
06/06/2015

Stories About Man and Power in 10 Objects, launched at the Museum of History of Riga and Navigation in Riga, Latvia, reveals the relationships between people and authority, from tsarist times to the German and Soviet occupations of the country.

Sculpture in the Age of Donatello
06/06/2015

Studio Joseph created an ethereal setting for 23 priceless Renaissance sculptures on loan from the Museo del Duomo in Florence.

New Practices New York 2014
06/05/2015

Pentagram’s Natasha Jen and team designed the graphics and exhibition for New Practices New York 2014, AIA's biennial competition to recognize and promote new and innovative architecture and design firms.

06/05/2015

For its most popular bush-walking trail, Mount Stirling Alpine Resort needed simple wayfinding and interpretive elements that would help explain and protect the unique natural environment.

CRYPTO
06/04/2015

For his senior thesis in graphic design, Drexel University student Mike Garzarelli created CRYPTO, an interactive experience designed to teach visitors about cryptozoology.

Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum
06/04/2015

The new Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum invites visitors to engage with design by exploring, learning and creating design themselves.

Century: 100 Years of Type in Design Exhibition
06/04/2015

Created by Pentagram’s Abbott Miller and team and produced and curated by Monotype, the 2014 exhibition Century: 100 Years of Type in Design was designed to celebrate the incredible diversity of typefaces and their integral role in design over the past 100 years.

Ventspils Museum Exhibition
06/07/2014

The Ventspils Museum permanent exhibition is located in the 13th century Castle of the Livonian Order of Knights, one of the oldest castles in Latvia.

Yale School of Management
06/07/2014

Opened in January 2014, the 242,000-square-foot, Norman Foster + Partners-designed, Edward P. Evans Hall is the new home of the Yale School of Management.

Vancouver Community Library
06/07/2014

A “drawer full of knowledge” metaphorically describes the building design and wayfinding concept for the new Vancouver Community Library.

South Street Seaport Museum Tool Exhibit
06/07/2014

While working on another project at the South Street Seaport Museum, Cooper Joseph Studio’s design team discovered a huge number of tools that had been stored unceremoniously in boxes, then set out

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