Merit 2002

AMTRAK's Acela

Merit Award
AMTRAK's Acela, AMTRAK/National Railroad Passenger Corporation, Calori & Vanden-Eynden

AMTRAK's Acela Specialty Station Signage Program. The Acela signage breaks new ground in the branding arena. Rather than being logotype-driven, the program derives its branding strength from its sculptural forms.

Calori & Vanden-Eynden

Bushells Tea Warehouse Signage

Merit Award
Bushells Tea Warehouse Signage, Dimension Data, Emery Vincent Design

The Bushells Tea Warehouse, a landmark heritage building in Sydney's historic Rocks precinct, was a tea-manufacturing warehouse from 1923-1975 but lay vacant until 1999 when work commenced on converting it into the headquarters of a leading information technology company. The goal was to design a contemporary wayfinding system that referenced the building's historic function as well as the technological nature of the client's business. The building is densely occupied.

Emery Vincent Design

D.C. Citywide Wayfinding Program

Merit Award
D.C. Citywide Wayfinding Program, Downtown DC Business Improvement District, Calori & Vanden-Eynden

The DC citywide wayfinding program is unique in that it actually became a reality after more than 25 years of failed attempts to design and implement such a system. Geared to the wayfinding needs of the city's 22 million annual tourists, this signage program is a huge success among both visitors and residents. The signs often appear in location shots on the television program "The West Wing." The wayfinding system consists of pedestrian-related directional, identification, and map signs, as well as vehicular signs that interface with local roads and highways.

Calori & Vanden-Eynden

Nortel Networks Calgary Campus

Merit Award
Nortel Networks Calgary Campus, Nortel Networks, HOK Visual Communications

Nortel Networks, a wireless telecommunications company, asked for an innovative atmosphere in their R&D facility in Calgary. Located in the Canadian Rockies, the environmental graphics combined wireless imagery and wordplay with a site contextual "outdoorism" that dominated the location's culture, especially the younger tech industry workers employed at this campus.

HOK Visual Communications

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