As the largest industrial property group listed on the ASX with 188 properties nationally and operations in 33 cities stretching across 16 countries, Goodman turned to Urbanite, a division of Frost*collective to design an environmental communication solution to build awareness of its thirteen-billion-AUS-dollar business.
Design Within Reach came to Alexander Isley Inc. to help launch DWR Contract, a professional, trade-focused division of the legendary Modern furniture retailer. As part of their work, they developed a brand platform, key messaging points, and a new visual identity program.
Nike was seeking a team to design and deliver an event bringing influencers and athletes together to test their latest batch of performance winter gear—and deliver Leviathan did—with an interactive motion-triggered urban test course.
In the 1970s, good design became federal policy.
We caught up with Eric Heiman, creative director and partner at Volume Inc. (San Francisco) and asked a few choice questions about design and site-specific branding—the focus of his upcoming session on March 28 at SEGD Branded Environments in Las Vegas.
In a new film, famous Canadian designers from the '60s and '70s will finally get their due.
Your National Brand Implementation Partner – Your Vision is Our Mission
Despite the moniker, Grace Farms is not an agricultural enterprise. The unique 80-acre campus in New Canaan, Conn., boasts a multiple award-winning and winding 83,000-square-foot building, while exemplary wayfinding by Pentagram (New York) helps guide all visitors in their exploration of nature, community and faith.
How an unbuilt project, a chance conversation and a thumbnail sketch led to an iconic landmark and an unexpected social media flurry for Michael Courtney Design and the University of Washington.
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.