From the SEGD Archives, circa 2012: A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers office in Seattle integrates architecture and environmental graphics to celebrate the region’s life-giving rivers.
Hear what’s possible for retail and public space branded environments when you join Simon Hancock and Charlie Bromley of THERE for their session "Global Impact: Brand Building for Innovative Place" at 2018 SEGD Branded Environments, next week in Las Vegas.
In this week's installment of Design To Go, Diane Burk travels to Greece, visiting Athens, Crete and Thessaloniki.
Stop trying to turn everyone into “team players.” Here’s how to set a baseline that everybody can commit to–no matter how different they are.
March is upon us and once again a slew of designers, technologists, and digital signage enthusiasts will converge in Las Vegas for the Digital Signage Expo(DSE), as well as the 2018 SEGD Branded Environments event. With our yearly attendance to both events, we’re extremely excited to see and hear all the latest and greatest—and this year is no different.
Off Grid sits at the intersection of urbanism, placemaking, wayfinding and design; if you work in—or are intrigued by—these areas, make sure you join us! Through insights from social anthropologists, urban planners, strategic thinkers, visionary designers, contemporary artists, filmmakers, brand identity designers, augmented reality experts and smart city researchers, Off Grid explores what really connects people to place.
The buffalo is an iconic figure with great historical meaning. In fact, in 2016, it became the "Official Mammal" of the United States. To honor the nation's history, the Buffalo Pacific Company selected the $50 U.S. Gold Coin as their company logo and icon.
Gensler designed the flagship space to reflect the company’s brand promise while being able to adapt to future growth in the tech marketplace. By providing a comfortable hospitality feel, customers can learn and test products in a setting similar to their home environment.
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With 36,000 locations, often visited by people driving on unfamiliar highways, those arches could make for a pretty functional bit of wayfinding design, too.
Any collaboration is only as good as the relationships, which take work.
British architect David Adjaye has completed work on New York's museum of spying, which invites its first visitors to become undercover agents.