Public Installation News

Society's Cage—A Statement on the Forces of Systemic Racism

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The initial installation coincides with the March on Washington in support of Black Lives, being held in Washington, DC on August 28, 2020, and is located on the National Mall at 12th Street and Madison Drive NW.

New Experiential Master Plan for the Lincoln Memorial Undercroft

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Mactac's StreetTRAX at Toronto Pride (image: rainbow graphic on street)

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Bulthaup Toronto Presents Cave Art by Udo Schliemann

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2019 SEGD Global Design Awards Jury Announced

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Philadelphia Holocaust Memorial Plaza

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The Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation engaged award-winning architecture and design firm Wallace, Roberts & Todd to bring state-of-the-art design to the Plaza, where Urban Sign Company completed fabrication of the signage.

2019 SEGD Global Design Awards Opens for Entries

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Awards to honor excellence in experiential graphic design connecting people to place

Canadian Flag Site-Specific Installation

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Pentagram Goes to Titletown

Pentagram created the identity and environmental graphics for Titletown, which recently opened in Green Bay, Wis.—home to the Green Bay Packers and adjacent to their legendary Lambeau Field.

2018 SEGD Global Design Awards Jury Announced

Christina Lyons of the Fashion Institute of Technology (New York) leads the multidisciplinary team of acclaimed designers.

2018 SEGD Global Design Awards Set to Open for Entries on Dec. 1

The 2018 SEGD Global Design Awards, the only international awards program focused on user experiences in the built environment, will officially open for entries on December 1, 2017.

Speaking of Home Installation

On September 27, 2017, international public artist, designer and social innovator Nancy Ann Coyne debuted "Speaking of Home," a photographic public artwork transforming four of St.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards!

WASHINGTON, D.C. — Winning projects in the 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards were announced on June 10 at the

2017 SEGD Design Awards Jury

Paul McConnell of Intersection (New York) heads the acclaimed multidisciplinary design task force.

2017 SEGD Global Design Awards

Awards Program to Honor Design that Connects People to Place

ex;it for Innovation Plaza

Philadelphia’s newest oasis is in the nation’s oldest and largest urban research park. Designed by ex;it in partnership with Andropogon Associates, the formerly nondescript pedestrian walkway within the University City Science Center is now a vibrant space that centers the 14-acre campus.

NewCity by Media Objectives

The team created an installation made of three structures, each constructed of glazed bricks salvaged from the original YMCA. The front of each of the three segments references the original building’s façade, while the back of each segment features a mosaic of the different colored bricks, symbolizing the YMCA’s role in bringing “two worlds” together—a grounding concept behind the architecture of the original building.

Reading Viaduct

Cloud Gehshan Associates (Philadelphia) is designing graphic and interpretive enhancements for the Reading Viaduct Project, a reclamation of abandoned rail tracks that will become Philadelphia's version of the High Line.

Luminaries installation at Brookfield Place

The LAB at Rockwell Group (New York) lit up the Winter Garden at Brookfield Place with Luminaries, an interactive lighting display that inaugurated a new holiday tradition in Lower Manhattan.

Crossing Signal Mosaic by Therese Lahaie

"Crossing Signal," a traffic-signal inspired LED mosaic in the entrance to an Emeryville, Calif., apartment building, has won the 2015 Just Imagine Award sponsored by Lucite International (Cordova, Tenn.).


LAS VEGAS – Nowhere is digital technology making more of an impact than in retail stores, airports, malls, and other shopping and entertainment venues—where dynamic interaction, custo


Infinite Scale partnered with AAA Flag & Banner as the Title Sponsor to host the San Francisco 49ers Vice President of Marketing at the 4th Annual Salt Lake Design Week. Ali Towle spoke about Levi’s® Stadium, where Infinite Scale’s Creative Council™approach to encourage collaboration between all stakeholders ensures an incredible fan experience.


Art and design are powerful tools for articulating and enhancing the uniqueness of a specific place while expressing facets of the shared human condition.


TED celebrated its 30th anniversary by moving the annual TED Conference from Long Beach to Vancouver.


Signs designed by Cloud Gehshan Associates for the Philadelphia Water Department's "Green City, Clean Waters,"
program made their debut at the 2014 Philadelphia Flower Show.

Photo of Historical Society of Pennsylvania electronic signage

Cloud Gehshan Associates (Philadelphia), in collaboration with SaylorGregg Architects, designed an electro

Photo of RICOCHET at VIVID Light Walk in Sydney

Frost* Design (Sydney) and Arup collaborated on an interactive laser installation for the VIVID Light Walk in Sydney.

Wayfinding: Designing and Implementing Graphic Navigational Systems

Sponsored by SEGD, Edited by Craig M. Berger with content contributions from the SEGD membership


Fiberoptic Lighting (Grants Pass, Ore.) created another Magical Musical Mural for Evergreen Bank.

Photograph of Olympic rings public installation

Pentagram (London) Partners Harry Pearce and Naresh Ramchandani collaborated with the artists Ackroyd & Harvey on an installation of rings


Studio SC (Seattle) was selected by the Washington State Convention Center and ZGF Architects to create a new exterior identification signage

photograph of Woodward Avenue Tribute

Calori & Vanden-Eynden Design Consultants (New York) announced that its Woodward Avenue Tributes program received a 2011 National Scenic B

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