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Bruce Dickinson

Bruce Dickinson is a Vice President at Rainier in Seattle Washington.

Rainier creates winning results for their clients through hard work, innovative thinking and a strong team. As specialized builders with all in house capabilities Rainier partners with design & marketing firms on projects worldwide. Rainier has a broad experiencein all aspects of display build, print and interactive AV fabrication. The company has a focus on interior and exterior branded sports, exhibits, mobile experiential and retail environments. They create visually stunning environments.

Bruce Dickinson, Rainier
Rainier
Seattle, Washington

Rainier

When it comes to producing the highest quality display solutions, you can count on Rainier’s experience – we have been crafting innovative products since 1896. The Rainier team is comprised of the most experienced and skilled craftspeople in the industry.

Allen Institute for Brain Science

Merit Award 2018
Allen Institute for Brain Science

The theme of “connection” is the foundation of the graphics program at the Allen Institute for Brain Science. Neural connections, research teams and staff collaborating, and scientists having the resources and technology to connect with the global community are all important aspects of the Institute’s culture and approach and each is thoughtfully expressed throughout the space.

Pike & Rose

Finalist 2017
Finalist 2018
Pike & Rose

Pike & Rose is a mixed-use neighborhood North Bethesda, Maryland. It will occupy over 32 acres when complete, with buildings ranging up to 20 stories. It’s approximately $1.5 billion in new construction and replaces an old strip shopping center with huge parking lots, a great exercise in East coast density and reuse.

Allen Institute for Brain Science

Finalist 2017
Allen Institute for Brain Science

Focusing on the many layers of “connection” our minds make on a daily basis, the Allen Institute for Brain Science’s environmental graphics program reflects the organization’s collaborative approach to neuro-research. The cornerstone of the graphics program is "Pathways", a 150-foot light box with color changing LEDs and printed graphic panels displayed on the building exterior. It is a public art installation that visually interprets different ways in which neural pathways connect– a theme that recurs throughout the entire graphics program.

Wayfinding Easter Eggs in Seattle’s South Lake Union

Wayfinding, South Lake Union, Seattle (Michael Courtney Design)

Michael Courtney Design’s long-time client—a Fortune 100 tech company—had begun building a neighborhood in Seattle’s revitalized South Lake Union area. They needed a wayfinding system to guide an eventual 27,000 employees to offices and amenities in a 30-sq.-block area. And they had two requirements: Don’t use our name on the signs, but do add “Easter eggs,” moments of surprise and delight, to the wayfinding. Grab your basket, we're going hunting.

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