Alexander Isley Designed Goodwill Store

Photograph of Goodwill store placemaking

Alexander Isley (Redding, Conn.) recently designed the new Goodwill store in Westport, Conn. Goodwill was looking for a fresh new approach to the shopping experience, and asked the firm to create an engaging design that would also devote the bulk of floorspace to merchandise, integrate durable materials, and be low-cost. The new store is topping all single-store sales records in the region. The look will be applied to new and existing stores in Connecticut.

APCO Signs InfoLock Display System

Photograph of APCO Signs InfoLock display system

APCO Signs (Atlanta) InfoLock Patient Information Display System, designed to help optimize patient care in hospitals and other health-care settings, was recently recognized as an IDEA Award Finalist by the Industrial Designers Society of America. “Being recognized as a finalist speaks to the quality of our InfoLock product and exemplifies APCO's ongoing commitment to innovation and design with all of our products,” says Teresa Cox, APCO President.


Arrowstreet (Somerville, Mass.) designed a new corporate headquarters for Rechler Equity that was recently featured in The New York Times. The article highlighted how the vision for the real estate company is reflected in the building’s iconic design, calling it “a sleek corporate calling card.” Arrowstreet transformed a former industrial building into a contemporary glass-and-steel structure marked by a torqued, rotating faceted form that serves as a two-story lobby.

Base Design

Base Design (Brussels) was selected to develop the visual identity for Rives de Saône, an urban development project in Lyon, France, that combines architectural, artistic, and environmental elements. The project is part of a large-scale redevelopment of the riverbanks initiated by the Grand Lyon urban community.

Hunt Design - Golden Gate Bridge

Hunt Design (Pasadena, Calif.) helped celebrate the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge with giant graphics and colorful wayfinding designed for the bridge’s anniversary party. The four-mile-long site featured super-scaled sign towers, decorative banners, and stage decorations. Hunt Design also planned and designed the popular Bridge History exhibit of huge murals, interactive exhibits, and artifacts. 

Signs of Success

Signs of Success (Lynbrook, N.Y.) fabricated the exterior identity signs for the grand re-opening of the newly remodeled Salvatore Ferragamo store on Fifth Avenue in New York. The signs feature mirror-polished stainless steel channel letters with a thin beveled edge and matte black painted faces, pin mounted with polished steel stand-offs.


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