Chris Herringer

Chris Herringer

As a Senior Asso­ciate with Entro’s Calgary office, Chris Herringer’s expe­ri­ence encom­passes design strat­egy, creative direc­tion, master plan­ning, and project coor­di­na­tion. These skills have been applied to iden­ti­ties, envi­ron­men­tal graph­ics, wayfind­ing, inter­pre­tive design, and exhi­bi­tions for public and private clients, insti­tu­tions and cultural venues.

Chris Herringer, Entro
Entro
Toronto

Calgary Airport

Finalist 2017
Finalist 2018
Calgary Airport

Entro began working with Dialog in 2007, when they were looking at expansion plans and master planning on the new terminal. As the project progressed, we identified areas that needed to be modified such as the renumbering of gates and the signage for the Compact Transit System. A key objective that Entro had was to create a truly seamless system for passengers, from the roads leading to the airport to their final boarding time.

Alberta Hospital Ponoka Wayfinding

Honor Award
Alberta Hospital Ponoka Wayfinding Signage Program, Alberta Infrastructure, CPV Group Architects, Gottschalk + Ash International

Alberta Hospital Ponoka Wayfinding Signage Program

This hospital site is a campus-like complex in a parkland setting south of Ponoka. The architectural organization of spaces, the single-story character of treatment buildings, their residential-like finishes, and plans that optimize daylight entry into rooms are important features of the facility design.

Gottschalk + Ash International

University of Alberta Wayfinding Master Plan

Merit Award
University of Alberta Wayfinding Master Plan, Gottschalk + Ash International, Terry Heard Designers, Verburg & Associates

Established in 1908, the University of Alberta celebrated its centennial anniversary in September 2008. The original campus master plan was developed in 1910 when the Montreal architectural firm Nobbs and Hyde was hired to design the campus and its buildings. Campus development was interrupted for many years due to World War I, the Great Depression, and World War II, and the original architectural vision was essentially lost during the post-WWII building boom.

Gottschalk + Ash International, Terry Heard Designers, Verburg & Associates
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