Pentagram’s Natasha Jen and team designed the graphics and exhibition for New Practices New York 2014, AIA's biennial competition to recognize and promote new and innovative architecture and design firms.
Remember that Rubik's Cube you burned thousands of hours trying to figure out? Javier Lloret channeled the tantalizing, obsession-making tactile game into a building-size interactive puzzle. It certainly clicked with the 2014 SEGD Design Awards jury, and it will click with you, too. Check it out and get inspired to enter your projects in the 2015 Design Awards. But hurry, you only have 3 more days!
Nature Lab, a new exhibit at the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles, uses media and lively graphics to invite visitors to “put their nature eyes on.” Gallagher & Associates and KBDA collaborated on the project, which was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards winner. Do what comes naturally—allow your work to shine by entering the 2015 SEGD Global Design Awards. The deadline has been extended to Feb. 28!
Wayfinding systems overcome language, cultural, and literacy barriers to help users make sense of the built environment. At Tongji University in Shanghai, a unique system designed by the College of Design & Innovation combines symbols and Chinese characters to help students navigate a new facility while building a sense of community identity. The project was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards winner. (Enter your work in the 2015 SEGD Global Design Awards!)
A Beautiful Way to Go
Historic Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn is the final resting place for many 19th century New York notables. Pentagram’s exhibit honoring the cemetery was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards winner. What project have you brought to life recently? Enter the 2015 SEGD Design Awards today!
Data Visualization as an Art Form
We’re constantly barraged by data, but what does it all really mean? Investment Technology Group’s mission is to decode all that “noise” for its clients. At ITG’s New York HQ, Landor used data visualization as a sophisticated branding tool. The project was a winner in the 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards.
Thank You and Enjoy the Show
A novel donor wall does double duty for the Sydney Theatre Company. The project was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards winner. Have you entered your work yet? The deadline is January 31st!
Saying a gracious "thank you" to patrons is crucial for arts organizations like the Sydney Theatre Company.
Powering Up the Brand
Eaton Experience Center powers the brand with an architecturally integrated multimedia installation at its new Cleveland campus. The project was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Award winner.
Answering the Call
C&G Partner’s exhibition for the American Museum of Jewish Heritage tells the compelling story of European Jews and their American rescuers. The project was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards winner.