Altitude Design Office

Patrick Fredrickson

Patrick Fredrickson is a Project Designer at Altitude Design Office in Los Angeles.

As a director, designer, and mentor, Patrick Fredrickson specializes in the production of engaging visitor experiences through the development of storytelling environments and public spaces. He is currently Project Director for Altitude Design Office, developing signage, wayfinding, and innovative, branded environments.

Patrick Fredrickson is a Project Designer at Altitude Design Office in Los Angeles.
Altitude Design Office
Los Angeles

Cheri Devlin

Cheri Devlin is a Senior Project Director, Altitude Design Office, Los Angeles. She was previously a Design Director at Selbert Perkins from 2013 on, coming from AECOM where she worked for six years. Cheri Devlin has also worked at Romero Thorsen Design Inc, RTKL and The Jerde Partnership.

Cheri Devlin earned her Masters in Architecture from the University of Pennsylvania and her Bachelors in Architecture from Lehigh University.

Cheri Devlin, Senior Project Director, Altitude Design Office, Los Angeles
Altitude Design Office
Los Angeles, CA

Altitude Design Office

Altitude Design Office is a team of creatives, strategists, and visual thinkers on a mission to inspire progress. Our practice is driven by the positive impact our design has on individuals, businesses and communities.

Elevating Experiences
Altitude believes design should make people take notice and, more importantly—take action.

We embrace a strategic process to bring stories and ideas to life through meaningful experiences that people can see, touch, feel and be inspired by encountering.

Greg Nelson

Greg Nelson is an award-winning design leader who merges communication with place to create compelling solutions that engage people and inspire results.

As the founder of Altitude Design Office, Greg Nelson has built a practice centered around his belief that meaningful design moves people forward.

Greg Nelson
Altitude Design Office
Los Angeles, CA

Open Space Signage in a Pandemic and Beyond

Open Space Infrastructure Provides the Framework for Easily Implementable Improvements

Open Space Signage in a Pandemic and Beyond
From Parks to Parklets to Public Price
By Cheri Devlin, Altitude Design Office

Read Time: 4 Minutes

In this year of pandemic, designers have learned the importance of creating signage and wayfinding systems which are adaptable, durable, and easy to maintain over time. Altitude Design Office suggests seven ways designers can be more flexible when reacting to unforeseen events.

Cayton Children’s Museum

Finalist 2020
Cayton Children’s Museum

With the blank canvas of a brand-new 21,000-square-foot home in Santa Monica Place retail center, the Cayton Children’s Museum had a unique opportunity to expand its offerings and engage new local and international audiences. Given the overall mission to teach community values and inspire a sense of inclusion and social responsibility through immersive and imaginative play, the design firm was challenged to help Sharewell conceive of the museum’s new branding, iconography, design palette, collateral (both digital and print) as well as the naming of multiple components of the museum.

Take a Look at the Bright Side—15 Vibrant Projects

Take a Look at the Bright Side—15 Vibrant Projects

Read Time: 4 min

In the midst of a global crisis or two, things can feel a bit...well...dark. You could use a break: Why not take a look at the bright side for the full-spectrum of technicolor-infused EGD inspiration? We've highlighted (pun intended) 15 vibrant projects over the last 5 years that are sure to put a smile on your face, make you reach for your shades, or both! 

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