2022 Wayfinding Placemaking

Claire Mander

Claire Mander is the Director and Curator of independent curatorial practice, theCoLAB. theCoLAB collaborates with conviction and inventiveness and creates opportunities for contemporary sculptors to use unusual sites as experimental laboratories to realise their most ambitious, far-flung and life-affirming work. She recently transformed a neglected half-acre roof terrace on London’s Victoria Embankment into the Artist’s Garden, a raised platform for interventions by women artists.

Claire Mander
None

Julian Maynard

As Managing Director of Maynard Design Group, Julian brings 30 years of design experience within the transport and public realm sectors. He studied Industrial Design at the Royal College of Art and is a Fellow at the Royal Chartered Society of Designers.

Julian Maynard
Maynard Design Consultancy

Zoë Barrett

With a background in design, Zoë thrives on helping to deliver large scale projects for clients with equally big ambitions.  

Over the last seven years at DNCO she has managed Television Centre’s £10 million marketing budget, helped launch the brand for Birmingham’s creative neighbourhood, Digbeth, and delivered the Museum of the Home’s repositioning, naming, rebrand and wayfinding as part of a £18.1 million capital project.  

Zoë Barrett
None

Shannon Harvey

Shannon Harvey is cofounder and Principal of Los Angeles-based design studio IN-FO.CO and Publisher at Inventory Press. With a background in architecture and graphic design, she focuses on the integration of form and content across media. Harvey has led identity, digital, environmental, placemaking, and publishing projects for clients such as Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, MoMA, Carnegie Museum of Art, Headlands Center for the Arts, ICA Philadelphia, Art Institute of Chicago, Frieze Art Fair, Dropbox, and the US Pavilion at the Venice Architecture Biennale.
 

Shannon Harvey
IN-FO.CO
Los Angeles

Paul Hanegraaf

As an experienced business leader, Paul is currently director, shareholder, and creative strategy guide to Milligan Limited, an innovative boutique commercial property development team based in London and Barcelona.

Trained initially in Fine Art and Architecture, in 2015 Paul completed a year as a Sloan Fellow at the London Business School from which the entrepreneurial start up, CreativeTrade was launched.

Paul Hanegraff
Milligan
London

Basil Katz

Prior to joining Cinnabar in 2013, Basil Katz was a journalist for The New York Times and Reuters. Under his leadership, Cinnabar has become one of the nation’s premier museum exhibit fabrication companies, known for its expert team and  industry-leading craftsmanship. 

Basil and his team have partnered with museums across the country on projects large and small, including the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, California Academy of Sciences, Discovery Science Foundation, and the Smithsonian Institution. He is also a member of the Board of Trustees of the Museum of Us.

Basil Katz
Cinnabar

Tom Fowler

Tom Fowler is a wayfinding and spatial experience designer. 
 

After completing a business degree at UTS, Tom studied graphic design at Shillington College to pursue a career in the field. His experience across Sydney’s top advertising and creative agencies has lent him a solid graphic and communication design foundation. 
 

Tom Fowler
Frost*Collective

Kelly Glendinning

Kelly Glendinning is an Environments Strategist in Frost*collective’s Environments team, Urbanite, and has a Bachelor of Environmental Design (Architecture) from UWA. 
 

Her experience working in a vast array of sectors from mining to engineering and education, combined with her commercial architectural background, means she is skilled in configurations, circulation flows and space planning. 
 

Kelly Glendinning
Frost*Collective

Zena Howard, FAIA, LEED AP

Zena Howard is a Principal and Global Cultural and Civic Practice Chair of architecture and design firm Perkins&Will. An award-winning architect, strategist, mentor and team builder, her career has been defined by visionary, complex, and culturally-significant projects, such as the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., that navigate social issues of equity and justice, restoring lost cultural connections by honoring history and memory.

Zena Howard, FAIA, LEED AP
Perkins+Will

Kenneth Luker, FAIA, LEED

Kenneth Luker, FAIA, LEED AP® Design Principal, Principal


Kenneth Luker is a Design Principal for the global architecture and design firm Perkins&Will.  He is an award-winning designer, mentor, and thought leader in applying cultural awareness to the planning and design of many of his firm’s most important projects. 

Kenneth Luker, FAIA, LEED
Perkins+Will

Pages

Subscribe to RSS - 2022 Wayfinding Placemaking