New York City

Pearlyn Lii

Hey! I’m Pearlyn P. Lii and my initials spell PPL. I design interactive experiences for PLCS and I like to make THNGS. I’m a visual interaction designer who believes in a future where digital and physical spaces interplay seamlessly to bring a new dimension to storytelling.

SYPartners
Brooklyn, NY

Remembering 9/11: Two Memorials, Two Visions

Remembering 9/11: Two Memorials, Two Visions

Read Time: 4 minutes
Twenty years have passed since the terror attacks of September 11, 2001, and during that time more than 1200 memorials have been designed, built, and dedicated throughout the world. Two of the most well-known include the National 9/11 Memorial in New York and “Empty Sky” in New Jersey. SEGD revisits both sites and examines how these places of remembrance have the power to move us through experiential design.

Little Island and C&G

Little Island and C&G

Read Time: 3 minutes
This past May, New York City opened its newest public park: Little Island. The park’s avant-garde design and prominent location—seeming to float above the Hudson River—has made it the latest “must see” attraction in New York. SEGD member firms C&G Partners (EGD designers) and DCL (fabricators) collaborated with the park’s architects, engineers, and landscape architects to create a program of family friendly signage and graphics for this “oasis of everything fun, whimsical and playful.”

Machine Hallucination

Finalist 2020
Machine Hallucination

Artechouse commissioned Refik Anadol Studio in the fall of 2019 to showcase an inaugural exhibition at their new state-of-the-art digital space in Chelsea. The studio debuted their largest installation to date: Machine Hallucination, an exploration of New York’s architecture through the mind of a machine. In deploying machine learning algorithms on photographic memories of New York City, Machine Hallucinations presents a data universe of New York in 1025 latent dimensions.

Tetra: Kinetic Sculpture

Finalist 2020
Tetra: Kinetic Sculpture

Tetra is a large-scale environmental installation permanently residing in the welcome area of Xandr, AT&T’s advertising and analytics division’s corporate office. The identity of the site was to be enduring and exude dynamic energy integral to the spirit of innovation. The form pulls inspiration from AT&T founder Alexander Graham Bell and his tetrahedral box kites.

Traxys North America Workplace

Finalist 2020
Traxys North America Workplace

A worldwide leader in the metals, minerals and mining industries, Traxys story is brought to life in their 30,000 square-foot Manhattan Headquarters. Upon arrival, guests are welcomed into the space with a digitally enabled mineral specimen display that showcases ten of the most prominent minerals for the company’s business. The scope of the project included interior architectural design, digital experience, signage & wayfinding, interiors programming, and workplace strategy.

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