The Nevada Museum of Art, the state’s largest art museum, now features a colorful wayfinding program and donor recognition wall by Hunt Design. Designed to complement the dramatic 2003 building by noted architect Will Bruder, the metal signs fold around door jambs, columns and other architectural features.
Special emphasis was given to the elevators to foster easy up and down movement in this largely vertical building. A system of stainless steel donor recognition signs contrasts with the bright orange wayfinding elements.
Each donor recognition panel is illustrated with photographs of museum visitors and updatable panels feature special optical film that brings photos in and out of focus.
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Photo: Matt Givot Photography