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Harbinger (Jacksonville, Fla.) recently moved its headquarters and manufacturing facility into a 51,500-sq.-ft. building that will allow the company to reduce turnaround times and expand services.

The new facility features 35-ft. high ceilings to accommodate larger signage and multiple loading docks for faster shipping, says President Steve Williams, and its production space is 2.3 times larger than the old facility, allowing for more streamlined operations and running more equipment simultaneously.

Lord Cultural Resources

Lord Cultural Resources (Toronto) has been contracted by the State of Bihar, India, to develop the master plan for a world-class museum on the evolution of history and culture on the Indian subcontinent. Lord will also work on implementation of the building and exhibition design for the new museum, which will be located in Patna.

It will complement the existing Patna Museum, built in 1917, and draw on its collection of ancient and medieval stone, bronze, and terracotta sculpture.


photograph of Rowmark Seklema TableMat engravable product

Rowmark (Findlay, Ohio) introduced the Rowmark Seklema TableMat, the newest addition to its line of laser and rotary engravable products.

The Rowmark Seklema TableMat is a multi-purpose “tack-down” mat that effectively holds substrates more securely for efficient engraving. It works seamlessly with routers, rotary engravers, and laser systems. It features a usable, two-sided design that doubles the product life, says Rowmark. The material also cleans easily with water. It is available in both standard and custom sizes.

Holmes Wood - V&A Podcast Series

Image of the Holmes Wood Studio staff

Holmes Wood (London) was featured as part of a new podcast series by the Victoria and Albert Museum. In Episode 7 of V&A Podcasts, Holmes Wood Principals Lucy Holmes and Alex Wood, along with Moira Gemmill (Director of Projects, Planning & Estate for the V&A and a member of the SEGD Board of Directors) were interviewed about their work on the museum’s wayfinding and information graphics.


Photo of Landor's new recycling system for Central Park

Landor (New York) helped develop a new waste and recycling system for Central Park with a trio of ecofriendly trash bins. Designs for the receptacles were inspired by the visual vernacular of the park.

Frost Design

Frost Design, The Frost Group, Vince Frost

Frost* Design (Sydney) is set to become the Frost* Group, having recently acquired award-winning digital shop The Nest. Recently named one of the “Top Ten Forces & Faces in Australian Design” by the respected national magazine Design Quarterly,


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