2017 Project Gallery

Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People

Finalist 2017
Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People

As Portland’s first new bridge across the Willamette River in 42 years, Tilikum Crossing, Bridge of the People is the first transit, bike and pedestrian-only bridge in the US, marking a new era in transportation. The transit agency challenged the Mayer/Reed design team to create a commemoration honoring its place in Portland’s history. The design team was asked to propose the commemoration location, content and form.

University of Canterbury Temporary Hoarding

Finalist 2017
University of Canterbury Temporary Hoarding

Christchurch suffered a series of earthquakes in 2010 and 2011, causing loss of life and widespread damage to the city. The University of Canterbury’s campus was acutely affected, triggering remediation works to many buildings and a new building program. This meant that many students would complete their whole time at the University while much of the campus was a building site. The University wanted to keep the changing environment looking vibrant and welcoming for students, staff and visitors to the large and complex campus.

Innovation Plaza

Finalist 2017
Finalist 2018
Innovation Plaza

University City Science Center, the nation’s largest and oldest urban research park, has continued expanding its footprint. The exit design team was originally commissioned to create a wayfinding program to help visitors navigate the campus. However, exit identified a broader opportunity to connect the Science Center with the larger University City District. The 37th Street walkway—named Innovation Plaza—is now a welcoming hub of learning and leisure.

Stolen Heart Video Map

Finalist 2017
Stolen Heart Video Map

The Stolen Heart Video Map, a three-dimensional projection map, is the signature element of the small but powerful exhibition “Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin’s Historic Center, 1933–1945.” The exhibition and map by C&G Partners track the expropriation of Jewish homes and business by state-sponsored Aryanization during the Third Reich in Berlin. The exhibition was adapted from the exhibition "Geraubte Mitte: Die Arisierung des jüdischen Grundeigentums im Berliner Stadtkern 1933–1945," which opened at the Berlin Stadtmuseum in 2013.

Grace Farms Signage and Wayfinding

Finalist 2017
Grace Farms Signage and Wayfinding

Located on 80 open acres of lush, rolling meadows, woods, and wetlands in New Canaan, Connecticut, Grace Farms provides a place for people to experience nature, foster community, pursue social justice and explore the connections between art and faith, all while immersed in a beautiful landscape. A complex system of signage and environmental graphics for the Grace Farms building and grounds has been developed by Pentagram, expanding on the design of the institution’s identity and website.

Pike & Rose

Finalist 2017
Finalist 2018
Pike & Rose

Pike & Rose is a mixed-use neighborhood North Bethesda, Maryland. It will occupy over 32 acres when complete, with buildings ranging up to 20 stories. It’s approximately $1.5 billion in new construction and replaces an old strip shopping center with huge parking lots, a great exercise in East coast density and reuse.

New York at Its Core

Finalist 2018
Finalist 2017
New York at Its Core

The Museum of the City of New York undertook this first-ever permanent exhibition of New York City’s 400-year history by assembling a highly collaborative group of historians and education experts. A three-year, iterative and radically selective process with a multi-disciplinary design team brought forward an essential story of the city in three separate galleries plus two anteroom media installations. The exhibits tell a story through object-rich analog displays coupled with immersive media, in an all-encompassing environment dramatic in its modernity and reductive in materiality.

Map The Square

Finalist 2017
Merit Award 2019
Map The Square

Pioneer Square is home to stark contrasts. Art galleries, boutique restaurants, high-end housing and blossoming tech startups within historic buildings are contrasted by homelessness, development limitations, a hub of mental health facilities and lack of urban-enhancing amenities.

Woodlawn Stone Barn

Finalist 2018
Finalist 2017
Woodlawn Stone Barn

This project’s challenge was to animate a historic architectural treasure—an 1832 Quaker stone barn in Sandy Spring, Maryland—with the stories of those who once inhabited the farm and its community. Howard+Revis were asked to help a 21st-century audience make a personal connection to the daily challenges, failures and triumphs of a bygone era, and re-imagine a time when this heavily populated region was quiet farm country.

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