Honor 2005

Wave Hill

Honor Award
Wave Hill, Pentagram

Wave Hill is a public garden and cultural center in the Bronx dedicated to exploring the interaction between people and the natural environment. Pentagram created a logotype consisting of the intertwined letters W and H. The new identity includes four versions of the Wave Hill logo in a palette of seasonal colors that are used in the center's printed promotions and newsletters. The logo is placed at the lower edge of all applications like a plant growing from the ground. The intimately scaled garden affords spectacular views of the Hudson River and the New Jersey Palisades.

Pentagram

Forkchop Restaurant

Honor Award
Forkchop Restaurant, James Tsai, Academy of Art University

This designer wanted to create a unique restaurant that will bring happiness and satisfaction to customers. The process of fusion is significant not only in the dining environment, but also in the fusion of Eastern and Western cuisine. This awareness will bring the dining experience to a new level of excellence. The fusion of culinary art and design involves the combination of a variety of concepts, including culinary art, graphic design, and environmental design.

James Tsai, Academy of Art University

Five Friends from Japan

Merit Award
Five Friends from Japan, Boston Children's Museum, Cambridge Seven Associates

This exhibit captures a view of life through the eyes of five Japanese children by introducing a typical Japanese classroom and five different home and family settings. The exhibit goals are to foster awareness and understanding among children in the U.S. for people from other cultures, provide compelling exhibition experiences in Japanese culture, and learn about the complexity of a specific culture: Japan.

Cambridge Seven Associates

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