Materials

Ken Ethridge

2009 Angel Award honoree, 1992 Angel Award honoree, and 2000 Distinguished Member Award honoree. Ken has been associated with ASI-Modulex in a variety of marketing and communications capacities for over twenty years.

Ken Ethridge
ASI
Temple, TX

Gary Anzalone

2013 Distinguished Member Award honoree, 2009 SEGD Green Committee Distinguished Member Award honoree, and 2008 Angel Award honoree

During his more than 20 years in business, Gary Anzalone has inspired hundreds of people to start their own businesses and set dozens more on a course to grow their businesses strategically.

Gary Anzalone Headshot
New York, NY

Metal in EGD

The Power of Metal

More malleable than stone, stronger than glass, and nobler than synthetic materials, metal expresses quality and permanence. 

For thousands of years, blacksmiths have fabricated metal works of impressive scale and fluidity. Iron was first forged in the Middle East around 1900 BC and arrived in Europe by 1200 BC. In colonial America, the blacksmith was an essential member of every community. From the creation of ancient weaponry to utilitarian and decorative architectural features, metal work is both art and craft.

California Academy of Sciences Natural History Exhibits

The Green Cabinet of Curiosities

Exhibits at the new California Academy of Sciences give the time-honored specimen box a contemporary—and sustainable—spin.

Imagine receiving the following creative brief:

"Collaborate with a Pritzker Prize-winning architect, evolutionary biologists and ecologists, and the staff of a 157-year-old acclaimed research institution to create a new generation of sustainable exhibition design for a space bathed in natural light and without walls, in the middle of Golden Gate Park, San Francisco."

Lucite International

Photo of the Radiance Dome

Lucite International (Cordova, Tenn.), owner of the LuciteLux® acrylic brand, announced Eugene-based technology collective Light at Play is the winner of its inaugural JUST IMAGINE Awards. Light at Play’s design, called the Radiance Dome, features nearly 200 two-foot LuciteLux® Light Guide Panel (LGP) triangles equipped with LED lights that glow as they change color with music and movement. It was used as a 1,000-foot dance space at the 2013 Burning Man Festival.

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