Gemini, an industry leader in the wholesale manufacture of dimensional letters, logos and plaques, announces the availability of new Specifier Guides for Gemini’s most commonly specified dimensional letter and plaque products, including fabricated metal letters and logos, cast and flat cut metal letters and logos, and architectural plaques and panels.
Dimensional Communications got its start in 1963, when we received our first commission to build a custom exhibit – for the Borden’s Pavilion at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York.
In the 50 years since that time, our company has evolved and grown to become a recognized leader in integrated design build solutions. We’re large enough to provide comprehensive, turnkey service, yet small enough to be agile and highly responsive.
Sandy Schichel Swanson is a Marketing Manager for 3M Commercial Solutions in Minneapolis.
3M creates materials for branding in the environment and have earned the SEGD Arror Award three times for the quality and innovativeness of their new materials.
IA Interior Architects brought fun (and games!) to LinkedIn’s new 440,000-square-foot San Francisco office, designing placemaking installations that bring employees together to work, collaborate and play.
Yorston & Associates and their distributor partner, Harbor Sales, supported the Harvard University Graduate School of Design program, Hybrid Formations: Interdisciplinary Design, last fall with a donation of Alumet Supply aluminum sheet metal. Volkan Alkanoglu, Lecturer in Architecture, described the course as a way to examine and implement techniques and strategies for the design of prototype structures out of aluminum sheet metal.
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Rabobank is the world’s leading food and agribusiness bank that recently performed a complete renovation of their Sydney headquarters. The remodeled workplace called for the development of a series of branded placemaking and signage installations across five levels of their Australia & New Zealand regional hub.
Jinyi Cinemas Guangzhou Haizhucheng IMAX, nicknamed “Meteor Cinema,” is a two-story cinema located in a shopping mall in Guangzhou. The process of filmmaking inspired the One Plus Partnership, Ltd. design team to think of a meteor shower. A movie takes years to complete; it is the result of the hard work of a large team of people. The designers wanted to pay tribute to filmmakers through the design of this cinema, reminding audiences of the passion and effort filmmakers have cultivated for their relatively short-lived enjoyment.
When Google’s Kirkland campus was set to dramatically expand, they needed a new wayfinding scheme for both Googlers and visitors. The desire was a design approach that was innovative in the way it reflects the company’s values and attitude.
The Contemporary Craft Center is a place to both see and make art. The center emphasizes a hands-on approach to learning and creating—the same approach Art Center College of Design student Britteny Teng took when creating a visual language for her micro-exhibition.
The assignment was to create an interactive installation to complement the exhibition of an artist’s work and distill the concept that the artist is trying to convey and reimagine it for others to not only enjoy the experience but to understand the process behind the artist’s vision.
Seth Davis grew up in the sign business and loved to build things. At a young age he was doing metal work and went on to pursue a degree in Industrial Design from Philadelphia University. Seth quickly built a reputation for a consultative approach to sign-building, working with creative people to turn their vision into reality. With over 20 years in the sign industry, Seth constantly monitors new fabrication trends, integrating them into his business plan when a quality result can be consistently guaranteed.