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BOSTON— Transportation, urban and campus environments are complex spaces, which have an increasing need for innovative signage and wayfinding solutions employing best practices and the latest technology. The SEGD Wayfinding event is poised to bring together a range of experts to tour, connect, discuss and discover over two days this August.
The District Burlington is a 13 building, 54-acre office complex in Burlington, Massachusetts, outside of Boston and part of the Route 128 high-tech corridor. The development, previously called the New England Executive Park, was built in the 1960s through the 1980s. While the location in the Boston area’s technology hub was highly desirable, the facilities were showing their age and no longer made sense for modern workplaces.
"The challenge of JP Atlanta,” said Richard Poulin, “was to create an identity with a clear reference to the 1960s and the era of the initial development of Peachtree Center without producing something static or dated.”
"That Richard Poulin has created yet another stunning, essential book on architecture and graphic design comes as no surprise. His books will be a defining, canonical reference for an entire discipline," says Jonathan Alger of C&G Partners of the new publication.
To encourage faculty and students to continue moving the sciences into the future, Poulin + Morris was asked to create a series of exhibitions that honor the past and the present by showcasing the ground-breaking research and renowned education conducted at Vassar.
Derek Koch is a designer at Poulin + Morris Inc. responsible for project design, management, and coordination. His current work includes comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, wayfinding, and exhibition design programs for educational institutions including Vassar College’s Integrated Science Center; and environmental graphics and wayfinding sign programs for Conrad New York, 499 Park Avenue, New York Marriott Marquis, New York-Presbyterian, and Princeton University.
A truly unique project from the SEGD archives circa 2010, CityCenter Las Vegas had a dream-team of five firms working on experiential graphic design. The 76-acre site sits on one of the world’s most notorious streets, where the development company commissioned eight world-renowned architects, 15 fine artists, more than 250 design firms, and 9,000 construction workers to realize an unprecedented $8.5 billion “urban resort”.
Located in The Bridge building’s main entrance lobby of the Science Commons, a new donor recognition wall features vertical panels that align with the wooden slats of a 16-foot-long wall and display individual donor names.
Sherry Leung is a senior designer at Poulin + Morris Inc. responsible for project design, management, and coordination.
Poulin + Morris (New York) developed the environmental graphics, donor recognition and wayfinding sign program for Vassar College's new Integrated Science Center.
Poulin + Morris (New York) promoted three staffers, naming Erik Herter and Andreina Carrillo as creative directors and Sherry Leung as senior designer.
Richard Poulin, FSEGD (Poulin + Morris) is authoring Archigraphia Redux, a 40th anniversary edition of the 1975 Graphis/Walter Herdeg book Archigraphia, the first international survey of architecture and environmental graphic design. Poulin is calling for submissions to the book.
Poulin + Morris (New York) created a comprehensive environmental graphics and wayfinding sign program for the Newark, N.J., headquarters of Prudential. Design Communications Ltd. was the project fabricator.
Thank You. These may be the two most powerful words in any language.
For hospitals, cultural institutions, and other non-profits that rely on generous donors to help build that new research facility or contemporary art wing, saying “thank you” graciously is vital. Effective donor recognition programs say it eloquently, and forever.
Poulin + Morris (New York) developed the environmental graphics for Princeton University's recently inaugurated Neuroscience Institute and Department of Psychology complex.
Poulin + Morris (New York) created the comprehensive building sign program for 7 Bryant Park, Midtown Manhattan’s new 30-story, 470,000-sq.-ft. mixed-use office tower designed by Pei Cobb Freed & Partners Architects.
Gibney Dance was founded in 1991 as a non-profit dance company with a mission to use movement, creativity, and performance as a way to effect social change and personal transformation. A new graphics program by Poulin + Morris references the movement and change implicit in the company’s work.
Poulin + Morris (New York) designed environmental graphics for Dineen Hall, the new LEED Gold-certfied multi-use building at Syracuse University College of Law.
Poulin + Morris (New York) created a donor recognition program as part of the $74 million restoration of Brooklyn's Prospect Park.
Poulin + Morris (New York) promoted Andreina Carrillo to an associate of the firm.
Poulin + Morris (New York) created a bold and energetic branding and environmental graphics program for the new 53,000-sq.-ft. Athletics and Wellness Center at Convent of the Sacred Heart School on Manhattan’s Upper East Side.
Eric Shelton is a designer at Poulin + Morris Inc. responsible for project design, management, and coordination. His current work includes comprehensive environmental graphics and wayfinding sign programs for Cornell University’s Department of Communication, Hudson Square Connection, and the new MGM National Harbor Resort and Casino.
Eric Shelton graduated from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, where he received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Graphic Design.
Large-scale bas-relief sculptural treatments comprised of cast resin, triangular fractals are arranged along two 28-foot-long travertine-clad walls that frame the interior entrance of the new Pavilion