Daniela Terán is a graphic designer with more than 10 years of experience. Since the beginning of her career, she has created and developed projects brand systems, packaging and advertising projects for different international brands.
Over the years Daniela developed a passion for environmental graphic design, creating spaces that leave a mark on user’s hearts and minds; where the soul and essence of the brand can be felt in every detail.
Lauren Harrison is a talented designer, whose background includes branding, publication, interpretive graphics, and exhibit design. She is a graduate of Drexel University with a BS in Graphic Design. Currently Lauren works at MERJE, a design firm specializing in branding and identity, wayfinding and signage, architectural and visual enhancements, exhibit and interpretive design, and print materials.
Peter Hecht, PhD, an environmental psychologist, has over four decades of experience in wayfinding systems and behavior in urban public settings. His work covers evidence based design for visitor needs, way-finding, information architecture and organization. This involves system development for users, including special needs groups such as the elderly, those with physical limitations and with limited English proficiency.
Phil Kim is a Member of the Board of Directors, a Shareholder and Managing Director Asia Pacific at The Jerde Partnership, Inc. in Hong Kong and Los Angeles, focusing on Jerde’s Placemaking ideas and development of complex urban projects that has helped rejuvenate Asia cities and recognized with over 140 international awards.
An alumnus of Sir J. J. Institute of Applied Art, Sarang Kulkarni is a Type Designer and Calligrapher from Mumbai, India. In 2005, he started ‘WhiteCrow’– a Design Studio that has steadily found its niche in multi-lingual branding, bespoke type design and calligraphy across Indian scripts.
Peter is the Design Director at Spaceagency and a German Architect and Urban Designer. Peter oversees and sets the vision for Spaceagency’s design work. He leads the design team on form-finding in architecture and design. He has a keen interest in the possibilities of computational geometries and has worked on leading roles on several realized projects that make extensive use of advanced fabrication technologies.
Sarah Manning is the co-founder at Spaceagency, the London-based wayfinding and experience design company. Her professional experiences comprises a wide range of international commissions which integrate information design, urbanism and user experience. Sarah leads the company’s strategic work, delivering complex, multi-stakeholder projects for cities, major companies and global organisations.