Washington DC SEGD Global Design Awards

 Enhancing Wayfinding for Aging Travelers and Persons with Disabilities
08/02/2018

The Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Research Report 177: Enhancing Airport Wayfinding for Aging Travelers and Persons with Disabilities provides guidance to assist aging travelers and p

The Anthem
07/30/2018

The Anthem, a music and performing arts cultural center, is embedded within a building that has residential units above and retail and restaurants/bars around it.

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

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

American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial
06/02/2015

The American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial is the first national memorial dedicated to the 3.5 million veterans living with permanent disabilities.

This is NPR Lobby Exhibition
06/05/2014

Along with developing a comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding program for the new NPR headquarters and production studios in Washington, D.C., Poulin + Morris also

The Newseum, The Freedom Forum, Ralph Appelbaum Associates
11/11/2013

A new museum focusing on news, journalism and the role of the press in a free society needed a design that would keep pace with technology and the ever-changing nature of the news.

Stay Cool!, National Building Museum, Pentagram
11/05/2013

Stay Cool! Air Conditioning America

USAID, Reagan Building, Chermayeff & Geismar
11/05/2013

This installation was created in four months with $87,000, which included all research, design, fabrication, and installation.

Jefferson Library, Library of Congress, Chermayeff & Geismar
11/05/2013

When the original Library of Congress was burned by the British in 1812, Jefferson sold his personal library of about 6,500 individual volumes to the government to replace it.

AMTRAK's Acela, AMTRAK/National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Calori & Vanden-Eynden
11/05/2013

AMTRAK's Acela Specialty Station Signage Program. The Acela signage breaks new ground in the branding arena. Rather than being logotype-driven, the program derives its branding strength from its sculptural forms.

D.C. Citywide Wayfinding Program, Downtown DC Business Improvement District, Calori & Vanden-Eynden
11/05/2013

The DC citywide wayfinding program is unique in that it actually became a reality after more than 25 years of failed attempts to design and implement such a system.

The NPS UniGuide Program, National Park Service, Meeker & Associates
10/29/2013

Although the National Park Service (NPS) greets nearly 300 million visitors a year at its 390 parks, monuments, and historic sites, their standards for signing (developed in 1966) wer

Florence Crittenton, Thinking Caps
10/14/2013

Florence Crittenton Services of Arizona is part of a national organization established in the late 1800's to provide safe housing and care for troubled young women.

Mini Store, Apple Computer
10/14/2013

Apple Computer unveiled its revolutionary mini store in five locations across the U.S. Each store is 750 square feet, about half the size of the smallest Apple Store footprint.

Picture This: Windows on the American Home, National Building Museum, Matter Practice/MGMT. design
10/14/2013

Picture This: Windows on the American Home

Big & Green, David Gissen, Curator National Building Museum, Pure + Applied & James Hicks
10/13/2013

Big & Green: Towards Sustainable Architecture in the 21st Century

Reinventing the Globe, National Building Museum, Rockwell Group
10/11/2013

Reinventing the Globe: A Shakespearean Theater for the 21st Century

Newseum, Ralph Appelbaum Associates
10/11/2013

With the opening of the new Newseum on Pennsylvania Avenue in April 2008, Washington has a new seven-level, 250,000-sq.-ft.

Green Community, The National Building Museum, Matter Architecture Practice, MGMT. design
10/03/2013

Green Community was the third in a series of sustainability exhibits at the National Building Museum and the first major exhibition in the United States to explore the complex process of creating a

RTKL Office, RTKL Associates
10/03/2013

RTKL Associates’ new 60,000-sq.-ft. Washington, D.C., office—seeking LEED-Platinum certification—is an example of next-generation sustainable corporate interiors.

National Mall & Memorial Parks Wayfinding, National Park Service, Hunt Design
10/01/2013

The all-new wayfinding signage program for the National Mall in Washington, D.C., is comprised of more than 500 signs and directory maps.

Modern Slavery: Human Trafficking in the United States, President Lincoln's Cottage, Howard+Revis Design
09/26/2013

Launched to mark the 150th anniversary of the issuing of the Emancipation Proclamation, Modern Slavery: Human Trafficking in the United States challenges visitors to confront the fact that slavery

Play Work Build, National Building Museum, Rockwell Group
09/26/2013

The National Building Museum’s exhibition PLAY.WORK.BUILD takes visitors through an investigation of the history of construction toys and block play, combining the museum’s unique archi

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