New York

The Hearst Building Sign Program

Merit Award
The Hearst Building Sign Program, The Hearst Corporation, C&G Partners

Manhattan's Hearst Tower, the first LEED office tower in New York, is a modern reinterpretation of the Hearst Corporation's original six-story, cast stone, Art Deco home. Foster + Partners inserted a 44-story steel-and-glass tower inside the original structure. The landmark façade is now a 70-ft.-high, skylit atrium space.

C&G Partners (begun at Chermayeff and Geismar)

The High Style of Dorothy Draper

Merit Award
The High Style of Dorothy Draper, Museum of the City of New York, Pure+Applied

The first American interior designer to become a household name, Dorothy Draper was the mid-20th century's Martha Stewart. For a retrospective of her work at the Museum of the City of New York, Pure+Applied used dramatic overscaling and fresh interpretations of Draper's signature decorating techniques to illustrate her bold, brash, and sometimes grandiose style.

Pure+Applied

Mix it Up

Mix it Up

We are excited to announce our next Mix It Up event. Reconnect with old friends and meet new ones as the New York Chapter welcomes Xlab attendees to NYC at this happy hour event.

Date/Time

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

Cash bar and light hors d'oeuvres from 6:00pm to 9:00pm

Location

Dewey's Flatiron 

Mezzanine Level 

210 5th Avenue (between 25th and 26th Streets)

New York, NY 10010

Lance Wyman

1992 SEGD Fellow.

Lance Wyman is considered to be one of the most influential graphic designers of our time, and is credited with helping to define the field of environmental graphic design. He founded Lance Wyman Ltd. in 1979 and has focused his work primarily on branding/wayfinding systems for public environments.

Lance Wyman, SEGD
Lance Wyman's Sketchbook
Lance Wyman Ltd.
New York, NY

The New York Times Building Façade

Honor Award
The New York Times Building Façade, Forest City Ratner Companies, Pentagram

Times Square gained its latest sign when the logo of The New York Times was installed on the Eighth Avenue façade of its new Renzo Piano-designed headquarters tower. But what looks like a simple sign—if a 110-ft.-long logo set as a 10,116-point version of the newspaper’s iconic Fraktur font can be called simple—is actually an intricate skin assembled from nearly a thousand separate custom-designed pieces, each a painted, extruded aluminum sleeve 3 inches in diameter.

Pentagram

Glory Days: New York Baseball 1947-1957

Merit Award
Glory Days: New York Baseball 1947-1957, Museum of the City of New York, Pentagram

This exhibition celebrated the remarkable achievements, personalities, and spirit of New York’s beloved baseball teams between 1947 and 1957. Featuring many artifacts never before displayed for public viewing, the exhibition told its stories through archival photos, film footage, memorabilia, and ephemera from the museum, the Baseball Hall of Fame, and private collections.

Pentagram

Good Housekeeping Institute Exhibit

Merit Award
Good Housekeeping Institute Exhibit, Hearst Corporation, C&G Partners

A highlight of Sir Norman Foster’s new landmark Hearst Building in Manhattan is an exhibition and tour program for one of the company’s most iconic and enduring publications, Good Housekeeping magazine.

The tour celebrates and interprets the Good Housekeeping Institute’s century of commitment to America’s consumers and women’s advocacy, also introducing visitors to the rigorous tests carried out by the Institute’s various departments.

C&G Partners

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