With a passion for creating memorable places and the talent to deliver them, Executive Creative Director Jeremy Williams brings more than 13 years of architecture and design experience to Dimensional Innovations.
Valued for his ability to listen to clients and conceptualize their needs into reality, Jeremy’s goal is to design spaces that are authentic and represent the individuality of DI’s clients and their brands.
Gerard Eisterhold (Jerry) is the founder, president, principal designer and creative director of Eisterhold Associates Inc. (EAI). Gerard Eisterhold combines his knowledge of exhibit methods with his expertise in graphic design, animation and audiovisual production to swiftly visualize and carry out the parameters and potential of a project.
His wide-ranging expertise includes a thorough understanding of interactive technologies and their successful application in an interpretive environment. His passion for creative pursuits also extends into winemaking and agritourism.
The Joplin Early Childhood Center is a building designed from the perspective of the preschooler. The building was designed to support and stimulate a small child’s mental, social and emotional development. Scale, color and wayfinding were all designed from the child’s perspective, for example the rabbit holes being at ground level. These elements invoke a sense of discovery and exploration while providing added learning value and context to traditional spaces.
Selbert Perkins Design and Archetype collaborated with the St. Louis Cardinals & The Cordish Companies, for the St. Louis Ballpark Village – a district adjacent to Cardinals Stadium in Downtown St. Louis, MO. The streetscape design includes public art and storytelling throughout the environment.
"Destination Moon: The Apollo 11 Mission" is a celebratory 50th anniversary exhibition of the Apollo 11 mission, organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, that is traveling to top museums across America. Beginning on April 14 and running through September 3, the Saint Louis Science Center became the only museum in the Midwest to host this very special exhibition.
Andy Palombo is a VP/Art Director at Werremeyer, a certified WBE multi-disciplinary creative firm, located in St. Louis, Missouri. He is the design lead for all of the firm’s environmental graphic design projects and has extensive experience in visual identity and brand strategy, print collateral, web, and project management.
Corbin Design (Traverse City, Mich.) designed the new wayfinding signage recently unveiled at Forest Park in St. Louis. The wayfinding program is designed to help 13 million annual visitors navigate the urban park. The system encompasses 239 signs, including directionals, park maps, kiosks, and banners.
At Monsanto’s biotech research center, Spagnola & Associates marries digital storytelling and farming in a dramatic interactive exhibit.
When Monsanto opened its new visitor center at its research headquarters near St. Louis, Missouri, the agricultural biotechnology company saw the opportunity to tell its story in a new way—one that focused more on agriculture than on the company itself and used technology as a powerful narrative tool.
A groundbreaking research effort produces universal symbols for health-care settings—and underscores the value of evidence-based design.
Patients, family members, and other visitors entering the doors of a hospital or other health-care facility face a daunting environment. Between them and their final destination, they will encounter a series of obstacles: multiple elevator banks, long and often identical-looking corridors, complex routes to distant departments or buildings, and often, ineffective wayfinding signage.
The Kansas City Board of Trade wanted to re-establish a sense of identity to its primary building approach, the focal point of which was an anonymous, vine-covered parking structure. The north facade was redesigned by cutting new openings and placing a sign at the top to create visual direction and movement. A smooth surface was built in the center to provide a clean backdrop for a piece of artwork. The charge was to create a piece that symbolized the past, present and future of the Board of Trade and reflect the Mid-West region.