California

Clifford Selbert

2011 SEGD Fellow

Educated as a Landscape Architect at the Rhode Island School of Design and expanding his talents to encompass graphic design, product design, and environmental communications, Clifford Selbert has successfully developed a multidisciplinary approach to design and strategic marketing-based design process, branding him a reputation for design excellence.

Clifford Selbert, PArtner at Selbert Perkins Design in Los Angeles, Chicago and Boston
Selbert Perkins Design
Los Angeles, CA

Robin Perkins

2011 SEGD Fellow

As a co-founder of Selbert Perkins Design, Robin Perkins has developed a visionary approach to art, design and communications in the built environment as well as brand strategy development and corporate communications systems.

Robin Perkins, Partner, Selbert Perkins Design, headshot
California

Julie Vogel

Julie Vogel was SEGD Secretary/Treasurer in 2017-2018 and served on the SEGD Board in 2012-2019. She is president at Clearstory in San Francisco.

Julie has been designing signage and wayfinding programs for architecturally significant buildings and environments for over 20 years.

Headshot of Julie Vogel of Kate Keating Associates
Clearstory
San Francisco

Jen Bressler

Jen Bressler was an SEGD Board of Directors member from 2011-2013.

Jen Bressler is a graduate of both Art Center College of Design (BFA in Graphics and Packaging Design)and the University of Wisconsin (BS in Art) at Madison.

Jen Bressler
Hunt Design
Pasadena

The Chromaphone: A New Landmark Transforms a Corporate Office Tower

The Chromaphone: A New Landmark Transforms a Corporate Office Tower

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How do you transform a corporate office building into a destination place? That was the challenge presented to ESI Design. The firm’s novel solutions include a modern-day interactive clock tower (“The Chromaphone”) and design features which connect interior and exterior spaces, creating an inviting experience for both tenants and visitors.

Designed in California

Finalist 2020
Designed in California

Designed in California showcased the evolution of human-centered and sociologically conscious design and its relationship to California. Objects were presented in reverse chronological order, highlighting thematic clusters along the way. The works on view varied dramatically in scale (think UP wrist band health monitor to The North Face tent), demanding a display solution that allowed each object to be equally accessible visually and also protected the pieces.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA): Chronicles of San Francisco

Finalist 2020
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA): Chronicles of San Francisco

“The Chronicles of San Francisco” is a new art installation at SFMOMA, designed by internationally recognized artist JR and installed by SNA Displays, to celebrate the city's extraordinary and diverse people on a state-of-the-art, 107-foot-long digital canvas. The goals of this project were to celebrate the diversity of the city of San Francisco and to bring a modern, approachable exhibit to SFMOMA where people could literally see themselves.

San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Wayfinding Program

Finalist 2020
San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Wayfinding Program

The San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Wayfinding Program combines ambitious changes to enhance the guest experience and optimize Airport operations with reimagined product, service and information designs that are intuitive to use, and more sustainable to manage and maintain. The program sets a new benchmark for the North American aviation sector.

Intel Megalab Lobby

Finalist 2020
Intel Megalab Lobby

An unexpected trek at warp speed: re-envisioning the client’s journey into the future.

Rethinking an existing space and transforming it into an experience that embodies Intel’s Mega Lab, this connection area has a strong concept and environmental graphic implementation that enhances the user experience. Transparency, voids and dynamic, high-contrast graphics generate a futuristic journey that links the once-isolated Megalab. Revealing itself as the user navigates it, the space constantly offers a flexible journey of discovery into Intel’s most innovative lab.

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