Deuce Design

photograph of Port Botany interpretive signage

Deuce Design (Sydney) created a signage program for the second stage of the Port Botany bird estuary, part of the Port Botany Expansion Project by Sydney Ports Corporation. Deuce's work included more than 30 interpretive panels featuring detailed bird illustrations rendered in vitreous enamel, paired with large laser-cut metal panels depicting bird life. The first phase of the project included wayfinding and directional signage.

Studio SC

Studio SC (Seattle) is designing a site and interior wayfinding environmental graphics program for the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center in Richland, Wash. The Reach, which sits on the banks of the Columbia River, will detail the history of the land-from the Ice Age to the Manhattan Project to today. The graphics program highlights the effect of water on the land, with signs that create the effect of breaking out and being affected by the building materials.

Winfield & Co.

photograph of myNav Central Park by Winfield & Co.

Winfield & Co. (New York) launched myNav Central Park, its latest wayfinding app for handheld digital devices. myNav provides precise location-specific routing, maps, and an augmented reality feature that helps visitors navigate the park's miles of pathways and find landmarks  including 21 playgrounds, 36 bridges, and 50 fountains, monuments, and gardens over 843 acres.

Diseno Shakespear

photograph of Recoleta Mall identity

Diseno Shakespear (Buenos Aires) was chosen to design the visual identity for the newly reopened Recoleta Mall in Buenos Aires. The 42,000-sq.-meter shopping center includes 80 shops, 10 movie theaters, 10 restaurants, and a rooftop garden.

The studio has developed other retail branding and signage projects for Alto Palermo Shopping, Temaikén, Galerias Pacifico, Duty Free Shop, Harrods, Tortugas Mall, Patio Olmos, and Dot Baires.


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