Poulin + Morris (New York) announced the promotions of Erik Herter and Andreina Carrillo at the firm. As an Associate, Erik directs the development of environmental graphics, donor recognition and wayfinding sign programs; exhibition design; branding; digital media; print media; and publication design. As a Senior Designer, Andreina is responsible for project design, management, and coordination.
Poulin + Morris (New York) developed a comprehensive environmental graphics and wayfinding sign program for the Conrad Hotel New York’s new 16-story landmark location in Lower Manhattan's Battery Park City.
Inspired by the Conrad's modernist design, the firm created an exterior and interior sign program fabricated in stainless steel and glass that complements the hotel's architecture.
Poulin + Morris (New York) developed a comprehensive environmental graphic design program for The Natural History Museum of Utah in Salt Lake City. The program includes exterior and interior graphics for its public areas, galleries, cafe, museum shop, and administrative offices, as well as wayfinding, donor recognition, and code-required sign elements for the new 153,000-square-foot museum designed by Ennead Architects.
Poulin + Morris (New York) recently completed an environmental graphics program for Centra at MetroPark, a modernist, five-story, 110,000-sq.-ft. office building in Iselin, N.J. Composed of dark grey and clear glass and boasting an asymmetrical tree-like column that supports an extended and suspended fourth floor, Poulin + Morris faced the challenge of creating an environmental graphics and wayfinding sign program that would complement the building's striking facade and interiors.
Poulin + Morris (New York) designed the exhibition for AIGA’s annual 365 design competition. 365 Design Effectiveness 2011 showcases the 135 winning projects for 2010 that encompass print, digital, environments, and cross-media work.
Poulin + Morris created a series of large-scale, freestanding, lightweight, bio-board letterforms spelling out “AIGA” and functioning as table displays.