Exhibition

Glory Days: New York Baseball 1947-1957

Merit Award
Glory Days: New York Baseball 1947-1957, Museum of the City of New York, Pentagram

This exhibition celebrated the remarkable achievements, personalities, and spirit of New York’s beloved baseball teams between 1947 and 1957. Featuring many artifacts never before displayed for public viewing, the exhibition told its stories through archival photos, film footage, memorabilia, and ephemera from the museum, the Baseball Hall of Fame, and private collections.

Pentagram

Good Housekeeping Institute Exhibit

Merit Award
Good Housekeeping Institute Exhibit, Hearst Corporation, C&G Partners

A highlight of Sir Norman Foster’s new landmark Hearst Building in Manhattan is an exhibition and tour program for one of the company’s most iconic and enduring publications, Good Housekeeping magazine.

The tour celebrates and interprets the Good Housekeeping Institute’s century of commitment to America’s consumers and women’s advocacy, also introducing visitors to the rigorous tests carried out by the Institute’s various departments.

C&G Partners

Deborah Sussman

1991 SEGD Fellow
Deborah Sussman 1931 - 2014

Deborah Sussman is recognized as a pioneer in environmental graphic design. She is internationally renowned for creating arresting visual imagery and designing its highly imaginative applications for architectural and public spaces. Her passion for the marriage of graphics and the built environment, fueled by her early career at the Eames Office, has led to collaborations with planners, architects, and clients.

Deborah Susman
Gold Arrow Award, SEGD Fellow, Deborah Sussman, SP&Co., Exhibition

Challenging Structure

Merit Award, Lot with a Little
Challenging Structure, Cleveland Museum of Art

The intent of this exhibition was to convey the process by which contemporary architect Frank Gehry designs a building, in particular the Peter B. Lewis Weatherhead School of Management at Case Western Reserve University. To make the gallery feel like a working space, worktables like those used in a model-making studio were constructed out of plywood, two-by-fours, and carriage bolts. The basic steps of the Gehry process were simplified into five sections, communicated through didactic text panels made of aluminum but fashioned to look like stainless steel.

Cleveland Museum of Art

Ground Zero Viewing Wall

Honor Award
Ground Zero Viewing Wall, Port Authority of New York & New Jersey, Pentagram

The designers created a viewing wall at Ground Zero, the former site of the World Trade Center in Lower Manhattan. The 13-foot-high wall, the most visited historic site in the U.S., is expected to be in place for the next five to eight years.

To the visiting public, the wall offers safety, accessibility, and sensitivity. To the government agencies charged with the site's redevelopment, it offers transparency (of process) and flexibility.

Pentagram

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