Pentagram (New York and worldwide) Partner Harry Pearce and his team collaborated with poet Alice Oswald and fabrication specialists Millimetre to install a poetry path in the form of 160 meters of steel typography in Kew Bridge West (London), a new property on the original site of the Grand Junction Waterworks.
Luke Hayman and his team redesigned Stanford Business, the quarterly alumni magazine of the Stanford Graduate School of Business, with an enterprising new format that showcases the school’s commitment to innovation.
Paula Scher designed an exuberant new identity for the Sundance Institute that uses a flexible system of bright yellow circles inspired by the organization’s name. The project was recently featured on Fast Company’s Co.Create.
Building on the award-winning format they developed last year, DJ Stout and his team at Pentagram Austin designed the new edition of EXEL, the annual research magazine of Drexel University.
In his new book A Country of Cities: A Manifesto for Urban America, architect and urban planner Vishaan Chakrabarti argues that greater urban density is key to solving many of the country’s challenges. Working with SHoP Architects and Metropolis Books, Michael Bierut and his team helped develop the design of the book, including a series of 100 charts and diagrams that illustrate and support Chakrabarti’s themes.