Pentagram’s Natasha Jen and team designed the graphics and exhibition for New Practices New York 2014, AIA's biennial competition to recognize and promote new and innovative architecture and design firms.
The MIT Media Lab is an interdisciplinary research laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology devoted to projects at the convergence of technology, multimedia, sciences, art, and design. Pentagram’s Michael Bierut and his team designed a dynamic new identity for the lab that continues the institution’s traditions of timelessness and flexibility.
Created by Pentagram’s Abbott Miller and team and produced and curated by Monotype, the 2014 exhibition Century: 100 Years of Type in Design was designed to celebrate the incredible diversity of typefaces and their integral role in design over the past 100 years.
For the Tadao-Ando-designed Centro Roberto Garza Sada arts school at the Universidad de Monterrey, Pentagram’s Abbott Miller designed signage, wayfinding, and environmental graphics that complement the raw physicality of the building with clean, crisp shapes and sleek, smooth surfaces.
Historic Green-Wood Cemetery in Brooklyn is the final resting place for many 19th century New York notables. Pentagram’s exhibit honoring the cemetery was a 2014 SEGD Global Design Awards winner. What project have you brought to life recently? Enter the 2015 SEGD Design Awards today!
Rory Simms is a graphic designer working in the New York office of Pentagram. Originally from Dublin, Ireland, Rory Simms studied at IADT Dún Laoghaire where he received a BFA in Visual Communication Design. Since joining Pentagram Rory has worked on broad range of projects for clients such as: The Public Theater, Citi Bank, The Philadelphia Museum of Art, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Miami Science Museum, among others. Rory is a member of the AIGA, ADC (Art Directors Club), TDC (Type Directors Club), and SEGD (Society for Experiential Graphic Design).
For most of its history, Governors Island had very few visitors, a secret destination hiding in plain sight of millions of New Yorkers. In 2003, most of the Island was transferred to the State and City of New York to be developed as a park.