Brian O'Neill works in the Capabilities Team as a Content Strategist at Gore in Newark, Delaware.
Brian O'Neill has been with Gore since 1999 and has taken on many different commitments during that time period. His current role is on Gore's Capabilities Team which is located in Newark, DE. Within a small team of Associates, Brian O'Neill provides support for the Capabilities Center in Delaware, as well as design and build for similar experiences in other regions.
Natalia Camacho is the Business Development Director at Kalisign in Wilmington, Delaware.
Before joining Kalisign in 2016 Natalia Camacho worked for L'Oreal as Marketing Coordinator - Americas zone. She has also worked at Avandeo, Morosof, Ozoffice Furniture Manufacturing, Ecoist and D'Sign House.
Her Skills include Product Development, Project Management and Graphic Design.
Kalisign make beautiful illuminated signs. They believe in the power of signage and pride themselves on manufacturing top quality letters that make brands stand out .
Jamie Franklin recently joined Matthews Paint as their new marketing specialist and resident color expert! From product specification to color application, Jamie Franklin knows the ins and outs of sign paint color and is available to help you with your project needs.
W.L. Gore & Associates’ new Capabilities Center is a comprehensive and interactive spatial and interpretive experience at the company’s Newark, Delaware location. We created a world-class interactive workplace experience to share Gore’s rich history, capabilities, culture, and commitment to innovation with their partners, customers, and visitors.
The Capabilities Center includes interactive experiences including an Immersive Corridor, Advanced Materials Spiral, and Product Wall — all illustrating Gore & Associates’ dedication to improving lives throughout the world.
Relative Scale recently partnered with CannonDesign and MultiTaction to activate a hospital lobby with a six-screen interactive wall. Bayhealth is Southern Delaware’s leading healthcare provider, offering a broad range of medical services related to cardiovascular, cancer, pediatrics, respiratory care and more. Bayhealth Milford Memorial Hospital, a cornerstone of Delaware healthcare for nearly a century, recently closed its doors so that a new chapter could begin with the state-of-the-art Bayhealth Hospital, Sussex Campus.
Daktronics (Brookings, S.D.), has partnered with the University of Delaware in conjunction with IMG College to bring a new LED center-hung display system to Bob Carpenter Center in Newark. The system was installed this summer to enhance the game-day experience for Blue Hens volleyball and basketball fans these upcoming seasons.
Both palette and canvas, glass is infinitely mutable and eloquently transmissive. The seduction is powerful.
It is impossible to separate glass from light. It simply does not exist without light behind, below, before, above, or through it. It is that intrinsic relationship that draws designers and artists to choose glass as their medium. And as technology continually refines manufacturing techniques and lighting options, the possibilities inherent in glass are virtually limitless.
Whittlin' History is a permanent exhibit within the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village displaying Jehu Camper's wooden "whittlins." Camper's folk art captures rural Delaware at the turn of the twentieth century. The museum has the entirety of Camper's work and wished to display as much as possible. With only 800-square-feet and a limited budget, the designers set out to provide an engaging look at Camper's art. Using a palette of materials limited to Sintra and wood, the exhibit looks to Camper for inspiration.
The Gore story is enormously complex and rich with information. The developer and manufacturer of high-performance fluorocarbon polymers (including GORE-TEX®) assembled a multidisciplinary team of designers, architects, and fabricators to help translate the science behind its innovative products into a visible and understandable brand expression.
Carbone Smolan led the design and development of Gore’s new 6,000-sq.-ft.