Greg Nelson

Greg Nelson
Los Angeles, CA

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How Will We Go Back to Work?
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Greg Nelson is an award-winning design leader who merges communication with place to create compelling solutions that engage people and inspire results.

As the founder of Altitude Design Office, Greg Nelson has built a practice centered around his belief that meaningful design moves people forward.

With over twenty years of professional experience, he has refined a strategic process for creating award-winning brand experiences, wayfinding programs, architectural graphics and brand identities for a wide range of spaces and places, including performing arts centers, hotels, stadiums, convention centers, corporate campuses, hospitals, exhibits, restaurants and retail centers.

Across all these scales and types of projects, Greg Nelson has seen firsthand that the environment is a powerful communicator. By thoughtfully integrating identity and information into public and private places, he believes businesses and communities can create better relationships with the people they serve.

Trained in interior architecture, Greg Nelson has a deep understanding of building systems and human behavior in environments. Together, with his project experience creating interior spaces, graphics and design strategies, he is able to blur boundaries to develop custom, transformative solutions for clients. Some of the brands he’s developed solutions for include Sony, Television Academy, Microsoft, Hulu, Sprint, Amgen, City of Hope, and Mars Food.

Greg Nelson’s work has been featured in publications—including Interior Design Magazine, Interiors+Sources and Graphic Design USA—and he has received awards, including an IIDA Calibre Award, multiple American Graphic Design Awards and an Interior Design Magazine Best of Year Award.


How Will Buildings and Places Communicate Following the Pandemic?

Read Time: 6 minutes 

Will reopened businesses greet people with a warning message? Or should the message be more nuanced?

By Greg Nelson, Altitude Design Office

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