Andrew Kuzyk

Andrew Kuzyk

SEGD Toronto Chapter Co-Chair

A prin­ci­pal and found­ing part­ner of Entro, Andrew Kuzyk has been inte­grally involved in the design of signage and wayfind­ing systems for over 20 years. Andrew trained as an Industrial Designer.

Andrew-Kuzyk, Partner, Entro, Toronto, Canada
Entro
Toronto, Canada

Entro

Entro is a leader in the field of environmental communications. It plans, designs, and execute wayfinding strategies for a wide range of clients from Canada, the United States, Europe, the Caribbean, Asia and the Middle East. For over 20 years the firm has collaborated with world-renowned architects including Frank Gehry, Renzo Piano, Moshe Safdie, and Diamond & Schmitt. The firms’ experience, comprehensive services, and award-winning projects instills confidence in clients.

CVEDesign Joins Entro

CVE Entro logo

CVEDesign bolsters the Entro portfolio and legacy with their intricate knowledge, exceptional team and body of work spanning over 35 years. CVEDesign Founding Principals David Vanden-Eynden and Chris Calori will join the Entro leadership team and continue as principals in the New York office.

Entro on “Cultivating a Design Legacy” and Canada’s Airports

Entro on “Cultivating a Design Legacy” and Canada’s Airports

In 2011, Entro Communications merged with Toronto-based Gottschalk+Ash in the shared pursuit of doing great design work. This year, the firm released a book detailing its separate and combined history, entitled “Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years.” In this excerpt, read how the Canadian firms built their legacy in airports.

Entro To Release "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years"

Cultivating a Design Legacy

Entro is releasing a book titled "Cultivating a Design Legacy: The First 50 Years" that provides an overview of the first combined 50 years of project history of Entro and Gottschalk+Ash Toronto, the stylistic decades that determined the course of Canadian design, the milestones and the influencers that changed the industry significantly.

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