Cynthia Hall

fd2s

fd2s was founded in 1985
Founding principal Steven Stamper and fellow principal Curtis Roberts, lead a talented team of designers, strategists, and project managers. For more than 30 years the firm has been creating wayfinding programs, donor recognition exhibits, and experiential graphics that change the way people experience the world around them.

Cynthia Hall

Cynthia is a past member of the SEGD Board

Environmental Graphics can best be described as "Visual Communication in the Built and Natural Environment". It includes planning, designing, and specifying sign systems for guiding people through complex spaces such as cities, buildings, and parks.

Cynthia Hall
fd2s
Austin

Studio SC

Photo of exterior signage for Washington Convention Center

Studio SC(Seattle) is updating the exterior signage for the Washington State Convention Center. Several key locations will feature an updated logo in addition to new lighting applications designed to enhance the Convention Center’s street presence. Installation will be complete later this month.

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Photo of City of Tacoma, Washington wayfinding signage

Studio SC (Seattle) designed a new wayfinding program for the City of Tacoma, Wash. Industrial aluminum L-beams with wide messaging panels provide clear, vehicular directional signage and are augmented by historic images and information enjoyable at the pedestrian level. The images highlight a true story that occurred at the location of each sign.

The signs are treated with an anti-graffiti
coating and stand 13 feet tall, ensuring high visibility and durability. Installation is underway and will be complete in October.

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Studio SC (Seattle) designed a wayfinding master plan for Seattle Children’s Hospital. The overhaul affects the 24-acre campus and includes the new Building Hope cancer and critical care expansion. To redefine the hospital’s wayfinding experience, Studio SC created a comprehensive program with a new zoning strategy and signage system and collaborated with Lab Partners to create artwork that enhances the zone identification and reinforces the wayfinding program.

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Studio SC (Seattle) recently completed an environmental graphics program for the University of Washington’s Molecular Engineering Building. Drawing inspiration from the work done at the MEB, they created a graphic pattern that appears throughout the building, comprised of triangles that are deconstructed and reconstructed, forming an abstract representation of nanophotonic imaging.

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Photo of USACE wayfinding program

Studio SC (Seattle) completed an environmental graphics and wayfinding program for Federal Center South, the Seattle District headquarters of the United States Army Corps of Engineers. A design/build project with Sellen Construction and ZGF Architects, the new building was dedicated on October 11.

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