Oregon

Nike World Campus: The Park

Merit Award
Nike World Campus: The Park, Ambrosini Design

The Nike Campus Expansion included a 1,500-car parking garage to accommodate the increased employee capacity. Dubbed "The Park," theming focused on famous sports venues, one venue dedicated to each level. Veiling structure is a translucent digital mural depicting all venues and the famous athletes who played there. This theming approach is carried into the elevator lobbies and vehicle directional signage, where it functions to enhance wayfinding. Part of "The Park" includes theming for the inter-campus bus system.

Ambrosini Design

Microsoft Museum

Honor Award
Microsoft Museum, Girvin

The Microsoft Museum presented Girvin with the opportunity to affect all facets of the design process, from the upfront strategy and content organization, through space planning and environmental design, to interactive and video development. The result is a cohesive and seamless environment that aids in understanding the Microsoft brand message. The space is organized into four zones, each detailing a different segment of Microsoft's business, from consumer products to office software to learning tools to corporate history.

Girvin

Eastbank Esplanade Urban Markers

Merit Award
Eastbank Esplanade Urban Markers, Portland Development Commission, Mayer/Reed

The Urban Marker project is part of the newly created Eastbank Esplanade, a 1.3-mile riverfront pedestrian and bicycle corridor funded by the Oregon Department of Transportation and the City of Portland. The Urban Markers symbolically connect the Eastbank Esplanade to adjacent residential neighborhoods isolated from the river by construction of the interstate highway in the early 1960s.

Mayer/Reed

IDSA Annual Meeting

Merit Award
IDSA Annual Meeting, Industrial Design Society of America, Ziba Design

The Industrial Design Society of America’s 2010 conference, themed “Do It Yourself,” was held in Portland, Ore. Tasked with creating environmental graphics for the event, industrial design firm Ziba Design (Portland) was up against an almost nonexistent budget ($4,000), an uninspiring venue (a traditional Hilton hotel), and a client with a reputation for fragmented conferences with poor theming and environmental design.

Ziba Design

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