Valerio Dewalt Train Associates is a 90+ person national architectural and design practice with offices in Chicago, Illinois; San Francisco, California; and Palo Alto, California. Since 1994, the firm has based its practice on the simple idea that whatever the question, design is the answer. But we also believe that before an answer can be provided, one has to do the research to make sure the question is understood.
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Last year, a record-breaking number of participants gathered in Las Vegas for the SEGD Branded Environments event at the Digital Signage Expo (DSE). If you were there, you know this event is awesome. If you weren't... well, you won't want to miss another year. The 2019 SEGD Branded Environments event is going to be bigger and better than ever! This year's Branded Environments program will feature a diverse line-up of speakers whose work spans the globe. Learn from bright, innovative leaders, who are challenging the traditional expectations of how brand impacts environment.
LAS VEGAS– The SEGD Branded Environments event returns to the Digital Signage Expo in Las Vegas for the third year in a row by popular demand with a diverse lineup of speakers, tour offerings and opportunities to connect with fellow participants as well as the local design community. SEGD Branded Environments 2019—is the event for the design of brand-centric customer experiences.
The team created an installation made of three structures, each constructed of glazed bricks salvaged from the original YMCA. The front of each of the three segments references the original building’s façade, while the back of each segment features a mosaic of the different colored bricks, symbolizing the YMCA’s role in bringing “two worlds” together—a grounding concept behind the architecture of the original building.
To honor donors and Board of Trustees members for their investment in the college, the School of the Art Institute of Chicago commissioned Media Objectives at Valerio Dewalt Train to create an engaging donor wall in the main lobby of the new LeRoy Neiman Center. Inspired by the school’s core values—rigor, experimentation, playfulness and invention—the team designed a donor recognition element that is itself a work of art.