Experiential Graphic Design

Princeton International Atrium

Finalist 2020
Princeton International Atrium

To commemorate the new Louis A. Simpson International Building, we were asked to create a distinctive spatial identity that celebrates Princeton University’s international approach to education and research. We designed a floor installation that spans three levels and 7200 sq. ft., featuring quotations from global authors. The concentric pattern comprises thousands of dots, lines, and silver vinyl letters sealed beneath permanent coats of epoxy and matte polyurethane to appear engraved directly onto the tile.

Historic Morven: A Window Into America's Past

Finalist 2020
Historic Morven: A Window Into America's Past

Spanning six galleries and 200 years, "Historic Morven: A Window Into America’s Past" is a permanent exhibition at Morven Museum & Garden that tells the story of America through the history of the house. The exhibition includes stories of its most famous dwellers—founding fathers, entrepreneurs, and New Jersey governors—but also, for the first time, poignant and heroic accounts of women revolutionaries, people of color, servants, and slaves.

San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA): Chronicles of San Francisco

Finalist 2020
San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA): Chronicles of San Francisco

“The Chronicles of San Francisco” is a new art installation at SFMOMA, designed by internationally recognized artist JR and installed by SNA Displays, to celebrate the city's extraordinary and diverse people on a state-of-the-art, 107-foot-long digital canvas. The goals of this project were to celebrate the diversity of the city of San Francisco and to bring a modern, approachable exhibit to SFMOMA where people could literally see themselves.

Machine Hallucination

Finalist 2020
Machine Hallucination

Artechouse commissioned Refik Anadol Studio in the fall of 2019 to showcase an inaugural exhibition at their new state-of-the-art digital space in Chelsea. The studio debuted their largest installation to date: Machine Hallucination, an exploration of New York’s architecture through the mind of a machine. In deploying machine learning algorithms on photographic memories of New York City, Machine Hallucinations presents a data universe of New York in 1025 latent dimensions.

Tetra: Kinetic Sculpture

Finalist 2020
Tetra: Kinetic Sculpture

Tetra is a large-scale environmental installation permanently residing in the welcome area of Xandr, AT&T’s advertising and analytics division’s corporate office. The identity of the site was to be enduring and exude dynamic energy integral to the spirit of innovation. The form pulls inspiration from AT&T founder Alexander Graham Bell and his tetrahedral box kites.

Gore Capabilities Center

Finalist 2020
Gore Capabilities Center

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.

Taylor Street Apartments and Little Italy Branch Library

Finalist 2020
Taylor Street Apartments and Little Italy Branch Library

The Taylor Street Apartments and Little Italy Library branch is one of the city’s first co-located Chicago Housing Authority and Public Library branches. The development is sited on the corner of West Taylor and Ada Streets and includes a one-story public library branch and a multi-story mixed-income residential complex, with additional community spaces at street level. Designed to create a synergy between the two distinct programs, the building serves as a new hub for the neighborhood.

Our 10-Year Plan

Finalist 2020
Our 10-Year Plan

Every three years, New Zealand councils redesign their long-term budgets. Residents can have a say on what councils propose and their feedback is both welcome and valuable. They wanted a fast and effective way to provoke a more diverse array of submissions on the Council’s Long-term Plan and increase engagement with younger generations.

Creative and Brand (WCC)

Trailblazing Women in EGD: 2018 SEGD Fellow Jane Davis Doggett—Talent, Education, Application

2018 SEGD Fellow Jane Davis Doggett—Talent, Education, Application

Read Time: 13 minutes
SEGD is celebrating Women's History Month by honoring our female Fellows and recognizing their outstanding work. Next up is Jane Davis Doggett, a trailblazer in the design of wayfinding systems for airports—40 of them—many of which are still in use today. A 2018 SEGD Fellow, Jane speaks about her life’s work in the video presentation “Wayfinder in the Jet Age” produced for the awards ceremony at the 2018 SEGD Conference. Read her Fellow Interview from the SEGD18 Annual for more insights into her life and career.

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