2014 Awards

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Seattle Children's Research Institute

Honor Award 2014
Seattle Children's Research Institute Neighborhood Visibility

At Seattle Children’s Research Institute (SCRI), hundreds of world-class scientists and researchers are investigating new treatments and seeking cures for childhood diseases. Yet the public is mostly unaware of their presence in downtown Seattle. For years, SCRI has tried to increase the visibility of their building's storefront, which spans more than half a block. SCRI has employed traditional solutions such as posters and window graphics, but despite these attempts, the streetscape remained dark and lifeless. A different approach was needed.

NBBJ Studio 07

Museum of the City of New York Rebranding

Honor Award 2014
Museum of the City of New York Rebranding

As part of a major renovation of the Museum of the City of New York, Cooper Joseph Studio was tasked with enlivening the core areas of the building. The goal was to infuse the key public spaces with soul and a feeling of engagement. Focusing on the rotunda, entry, and second-floor central open space, Cooper Joseph's intent was to create a bold, unified experience that would draw visitors up the circular stair to the galleries and provide a place to gather and enjoy while visiting the Museum of the City of New York.

Cooper Joseph Studio

MegaFaces Pavilion

Honor Award 2014
MegaFaces Pavilion

The MegaFaces pavilion, located at the entrance to the Sochi 2014 Olympic Park, was commissioned by MegaFon, one of Russia’s largest telecom companies and a general partner in the Sochi 2014 Winter Olympics. MegaFon’s two most important brand components are high-tech innovations and people—more that 66 million clients across Russia.

Asif Khan

City of Bath Information System

Honor Award 2014
City of Bath Information System

The city of Bath is historically in awe of its own heritage. The World Heritage Site is perhaps best known for its Roman hot-spring baths and its distinctive Palladian architecture. Its modern-day residents take their city’s cultural heritage very seriously, and any new features added to Bath’s streets are often viewed by those who live there as a form of cultural vandalism.

PearsonLloyd (product design), FW Design (wayfinding strategy, graphic design), City ID (wayfinding/digital strategy

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