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Stolen Heart Video Map

Finalist 2017
Stolen Heart Video Map

The Stolen Heart Video Map, a three-dimensional projection map, is the signature element of the small but powerful exhibition “Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin’s Historic Center, 1933–1945.” The exhibition and map by C&G Partners track the expropriation of Jewish homes and business by state-sponsored Aryanization during the Third Reich in Berlin. The exhibition was adapted from the exhibition "Geraubte Mitte: Die Arisierung des jüdischen Grundeigentums im Berliner Stadtkern 1933–1945," which opened at the Berlin Stadtmuseum in 2013.

2016 SEGD Global Design Awards: Creative Experiential Designs that Communicate

WASHINGTON, DC – In a world that is increasingly complex visually, designers are experimenting with ways to enhance users’ enjoyment of the “real” world with creative experiential designs that communicate. Operating at the intersection of communications and the built environment, the field of experiential design embraces a wide range of disciplines including graphic design, architectural, interior, landscape, digital and industrial design.

Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center

Merit Award 2016
Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center

For 125 years, the Homestake Mine in Lead, South Dakota, founded by the mining magnate George Hearst, was the largest and deepest mine in the Western Hemisphere, and the most productive gold mine in recorded history. In the end, more than 40 million ounces of gold were extracted from the massive underground complex. The mine ceased operations in 2002, but in recent years its deep underground chambers have become home the Sanford Underground Research Facility and some of the most sophisticated physics experiments in the world.

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Design Destiny: A Diary of the World Trade Center Site

World Trade Center site (Photo courtesy of American Red Cross)

Keith Helmetag and Amy Siegel of C&G Partners have a long history with the World Trade Center, starting almost 30 years ago. Ironically, one of the first signs they designed for Lower Manhattan, just across the street from the site, survived the attacks of 9/11 and is now an artifact in the National September 11 Memorial and Museum. They’ve shared their story with us in a special Designers’ Diary.

Curtain of Names

Merit Award 2015
Curtain of Names, The Advisory Board Company, C&G Partners

Curtain of Names / The Advisory Board Company Member Wall

Asked to create an installation recognizing clients of the Advisory Board Company, C&G Partners created an artful, shimmering curtain of names consisting of thousands of translucent, solid rods.

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