New York

Shari Berman

Shari Berman is a founding partner of Evidence Design, an award-winning museum planning and design firm in Brooklyn with a reputation for innovative thinking and outstanding design. A seasoned exhibit planner, graphic designer, and art director, Shari is skilled in designing and executing complex exhibition graphic that span a broad range of subjects in science, technology, and history. As director of 2 dimensional design and media, Shari oversees all interpretive and environmental graphic design, as well as the integration of design programs throughout project media.

Shari Berman, Evidence Design
Evidence Design
Brooklyn

Margot Jacqz

Headhunting only the best since 1983

A recruiter since the 1980s, Margot Jacqz has worked both independently and as part of a team with two of the best known design recruitment consultancies internationally.

Margot Jacqz, Jacqz Co: Search and Recruitment
Jacqz: Search and Recruitment
New York

Amy Siegel

Amy Siegel brings over two decades of experience to the design of environmental and print graphics. Since joining C&G in 1998, Amy has planned, designed and managed large as well as small-scale signage and wayfinding programs for institutional, corporate and public clients.

Amy Siegel, C&G Partners
C&G Partners
New York

The Public Theater Renovation

Merit Award 2014

In Fall 2012, the Public Theater opened a major revitalization of its New York home in the former Astor Library, a historic 1854 landmark located on Lafayette Street in East Village. Designed by Ennead Architects, the revitalization is the Public’s first significant upgrade since it opened in the space in 1967. It features a redesigned entry, expanded lobby, and restoration of the façade that adds a canopy and moves the building’s steps back onto the sidewalk.

Pentagram

ITG Headquarters Experience

Merit Award 2014
ITG Headquarters Experience

Investment Technology Group (ITG) is a U.S.-based multinational agency brokerage and financial markets technology firm aimed at a hedge fund and asset management clientele. Landor Associates’ San Francisco office was tasked with extending the ITG brand idea of “decoding signal from noise” to the company’s new headquarters at One Liberty Plaza in New York.

Landor Associates

A Beautiful Way to Go Exhibit

Merit 2014
A Beautiful Way to Go Exhibit

A Beautiful Way to Go: New York’s Green-Wood Cemetery commemorates the 175th anniversary of Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn. Predating both Central Park and Prospect Park, the national historic landmark was one of the most important landscapes of the 19th Century, ultimately influencing the rise of public parks and green space in the U.S.

Pentagram

Central Park Trash and Recycling Receptacles

Merit Award 2014
Central Park Trash and Recycling Receptacles

The Central Park Conservancy works to restore, maintain, and enhance New York City’s Central Park, one of America’s most beloved (and with more than 40 million visitors a year, most used) public urban spaces. With a grant from the Alcoa Foundation, the Conservancy enlisted Landor Associates’ New York office to collaborate on a new trash and recycling initiative. Based on industry research and in-the-field intercepts, the Landor team helped the Conservancy develop a multi-pronged approach to address the park’s recycling and sustainability challenges.

Landor Associates

Against the Odds Exhibition

Merit Award 2014
Against the Odds Exhibition

From 1933 to 1941, European Jews sought haven from the Nazis, reaching out to relatives, friends, even strangers. The exhibition Against the Odds: American Jews & The Rescue of Europe's Refugees 1933-1941 tells the little-known story of the Americans who answered the call. Despite strict immigration laws, these generous few, many immigrants themselves, overcame tremendous obstacles to help the Jewish refugees to safety.

C&G Partners

We Build the ___________ City

Sylvia Harris Award 2014
We Build the ___________ City

Civic construction work—generally maligned while in progress, and taken for granted once finished—rarely receives the recognition it deserves for providing the necessary foundation for a thriving city. In 2013, the New York City Department of Design and Construction participated in the New Museum’s Ideas City Festival, and wanted to communicate the benefits of its work directly to the public. The DDC’s Office of Creative Services conceived of a “Civic Values Walking Tour” of a variety of DDC projects within the immediate vicinity of the New Museum.

New York City Department of Design and Construction, Office of Creative Services

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