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Any > Which > Way

Merit Award 2018
Any > Which > Way

The University of the Arts London team realized that temporary workspace culture is a fast-emerging market in the 21st Century and part of the growth of that trend has been driven by a desire to support creative entrepreneurialism in high-rent cities and temporary architecture to act as a platform for creative experimentation. Design-led furniture companies have targeted this trend with ready-to-buy furniture that is sustainable and reusable for temporary spaces.

Rent-Event-Tec Façade Design

Merit Award 2018
Rent-Event-Tec Façade Design

For this industrial building, located next to a residential area, the only division is a public road. The City of Mannheim asked büro uebele visuelle kommunikation to improve this situation.There was a problem concerning the commercialization of this public space with industry taking over parts of the city, which led to conflict. Fortunately, the urban planning authorities intervened and büro uebele visuelle kommunikation could help resolve this conflict by means of a simple wall graphic.

SaRang Global Mission Center Clock Tower

Merit Award 2018
SaRang Global Mission Center Clock Tower

The SaRang Global Mission Center was established as a place for the large community of SaRang Church to gather for weekly services, while reinforcing the church’s vision (to send missionaries all over the world) and mission (to reach out to the surrounding local community). Along with the construction of the new building, there were plans to erect a more traditional bell and clock tower on the campus.

Out of Line

Merit Award 2018
Out of Line

“Drawing can give form to thoughts, lead to new ideas, make the invisible visible, and be the means to dream. This studio is a place to use drawing as a tool in these ways and more.”

This was the introduction to Out of Line, an open studio space for RISD Museum visitors during the run of the exhibition Lines of Thought: Drawing from Michelangelo to Now from the British Museum (October 6, 2017–January 7, 2018).

Project 100

Merit Award 2018
Project 100

When the Indianapolis Motor Speedway was about to celebrate the 100th running of The Greatest Spectacle in Racing, Project 100 was born. Project 100's goal was to engage fans enjoying the track’s multiple events and inform visitors in and around the seats that have been there for over 60 years.

The complete project entailed updated seating and suites, concessions, exterior road mapping and the Section 127 design team’s role included a complete wayfinding study and application and constructing an awe-inspiring new Turn 1 entrance.

Nubo

Merit Award 2018
Nubo

Working in collaboration with Joey Ho and Patrick Leung of PalDesign Architects, Urbanite was commissioned to work on a new concept in children’s play spaces that is understood to be the first of its kind in Australia. Built around best practices for early childhood education through a lens of play, Nubo supports education and growth through exploration and connection for children up to ten years of age.

Here East Wayfinding

Merit Award 2018
Here East Wayfinding

Designed by dn&co, this project represents an innovative and bespoke signage and wayfinding program for Here East, London’s home for making. Here East is a 1.2 million-square-foot tech and creative industries campus on the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in East London.

Roche Sydney

Merit Award 2018
Roche Sydney

Roche is a world leader in pharmaceutical excellence and has been a pioneer in global healthcare for over 120 years. Innovation is their lifeblood, working to spearhead new medicines and diagnostic tests that help millions of patients globally. Their innovative work is at the forefront of cancer research and a frontrunner in the creation of personalized healthcare.

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