The Nevada Museum of Art, the state’s largest art museum, now features a colorful wayfinding program and donor recognition wall by Hunt Design. Designed to complement the dramatic 2003 building by noted architect Will Bruder, the metal signs fold around door jambs, columns and other architectural features. Special emphasis was given to the elevators to foster easy up and down movement in this largely vertical building. A system of stainless steel donor recognition signs contrasts with the bright orange wayfinding elements.
In order to recognize their many generous donors, the Community Hospital of the Monterey Peninsula (CHOMP) enlisted the help of Amri Studio to create an artistic donor recognition wall in the lobby of the main facility, a building designed by architect Edward Durell Stone.
Altitude Design Office is a team of creatives, strategists, and visual thinkers on a mission to inspire progress. Our practice is driven by the positive impact our design has on individuals, businesses and communities.
Altitude believes design should make people take notice and, more importantly—take action.
We embrace a strategic process to bring stories and ideas to life through meaningful experiences that people can see, touch, feel and be inspired by encountering.
Houmann Oshidari carves letters in stone. Old school.
The carving is done by hand with a mallet and a chisel the traditional way in brownstone, bluestone, limestone, slate, marble, granite.
Gold, silver, copper, aluminum, palladium leaf.
Plaques, quotations, markers, inscriptions on buildings, house numbers, monograms, memorials, cornerstones, nameplates, granite benches, garden stepping stones, donor walls, awards, signs.
The Andrusko Group specializes in architectural applied arts involving stone materials, with a healthy and liberal appreciation of everything else. Founded by Peter Attila Andrusko in 1990, The Andrusko Group serves to educate architects, landscape architects and designers, EG designers, and general contractors about the many varied product and service capabilities being offered to create space in the built environment.
C&G Partners is a multi-specialty creative studio, dedicated to design for culture — from cultural organizations to organizational culture.
Marty Gregg is a founding principal of ArtHouse Design, with more than 30 years of experience designing award-winning identities, signage and printed collateral for corporate, commercial, retail, healthcare, higher education, and municipal clients.
Marty’s exceptional skills with a pen help to make spontaneous ideas in meetings come to life before a client’s eyes. His innovative design solutions are integral to every phase of the design process, and he is an inspiring and energizing leader.
Ivan Thelin is a specialist in branded environments design, with deep experience in design, planning, and implementation. He has written signing guidelines for national and local retail and corporate clients.
Focused on reaching a very diverse audience with a message of comfort and safety, Calori &Vanden-Eynden designed the signage for Planned Parenthood of New York City’s new health and education center in Queens. The result is beautiful, economical, and so effective it has become the model for other similar centers across the country.
GNU Group is one of experiential graphic design's most venerable practices. We were there at the birth of the profession and were among the founders of SEGD. For over 4 decades we've grown along with the Society, pioneering, practicing and expanding the boundaries of experiential graphic design.