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The Anthem

Finalist 2018
The Anthem

The Anthem, a music and performing arts cultural center, is embedded within a building that has residential units above and retail and restaurants/bars around it. In addition to live music, The Anthem will also be home to conventions, art shows, seminars, banquets and fashion shows.

Contours

Finalist 2018

Contours is a site-specific light installation sitting at the heart of Tableau Software’s new Seattle HQ, exploring themes of nature and discovery in a nod to the data visualization techniques Tableau is famed for.

The contoured lines that make up the composition have been designed to represent the reversed topography of Washington’s most famous landmark: Mount Rainier. The piece brings the outdoors in, while suggesting the sense of curiosity and discovery found at the heart of man’s fascination with mountain ranges and the conquering of their summits.

AFROPUNK Festival

Finalist 2018
AFROPUNK Festival

AFROPUNK Festival is a music festival/human rights movement, described by the New York Times as “the most multicultural festival in the US.”

The word AFROPUNK has become synonymous with an open-minded, non-conforming and unconventional community, placing the institution at the epicenter of urban culture inspired by alternative music. 

My challenge was to find a way to introduce their voice as a music festival and human rights movement at the same time. And create an identity system that is very unique and has social impact.

Lenses on the Sky

Finalist 2018
Lenses on the Sky

Lenses on the Sky is a large-scale environmental installation permanently residing outside of OMSI’s newly redesigned Planetarium. This interactive installation pairs the study of space science with cultural stories from across the globe and investigates how humans across time have interpreted the stars and imagined the exploration of new frontiers.

222 Java Corners

Finalist 2018
222 Java Corners

In response to this tech company’s increasing need for flexibility and personality within their workspaces, the design team developed a strategy for this unique campus that could evolve with its users as business units changed and the workplace evolved. Exploring advertising billboards as inspiration, the team developed a structural vocabulary with abstracted trusses to create broad and continuous surfaces along primary circulation axes. The billboard as metaphor pays tribute to the client as the pioneering force in online advertising.

OFFF Festival

Finalist 2018
OFFF Festival

OFFF (Open Flash Film Festival) is a rebrand of an existing film festival in Barcelona. The logo captures the essence of a stage, with the flexibility to expand as a graphic behavior based on different environments and media. This year’s festival theme is inspired by the Suprematism movement. It mimics the geometric aesthetics that originated from paintings created by Kazimir Malevich in the twenties.

Truett's Chick-fil-A

Finalist 2018
Truett's Chick-fil-A

Truett's Chick-fil-A is a is a casual, family-friendly restaurant serving a southern-inspired menu of breakfast, lunch and dinner; it also acts as a lab to create new menu items, service models and guest experiences. Truett's has a drive-thru, a dining room with full waitress service, and a self-serve dining room with walk-up counter ordering, take-out and mobile pick-up. This mix of ways to get Chick-fil-A are reflective of Truett’s vision: "Three meals a day at Chick-fil-A."

Silesia Museum Wayfinding

Finalist 2018
Silesia Museum Wayfinding

The new location of the Silesian Museum, one of the biggest museum investments in Poland, is above the former Katowice coal mine. The main part of the architectural structure is a seven-story building, of which four floors are below ground. All spaces of the Silesian Museum are full of light, spacious and modern but, for some reason, these factors can lead to a feeling of getting lost.

BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia

Finalist 2018
BRUTAL: Views from Brazil's Concrete Utopia

Graphic design student Tais Ghelli aimed to explore the boundaries of transmedia design with an exhibition on Brazilian Brutalist Architecture. Using the Cannibalist Manifesto—which guided much of the Brazilian modernist movement—as a starting point, Ghelli sought to create a language (and ultimately a space) that translated the tensions, vitality and boldness of the works produced during this period.

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