Residential

Skyline Wayfinding

Merit Award 2019
Sylvia Harris Award 2019
Skyline Wayfinding

Geumho-dong in Seoul is a neighborhood which was built with housing as a top priority—to its detriment. Over 90 percent of the homes built in this neighborhood have no parking spots, or even streets appropriate for vehicular traffic.

Tapestry in King's Cross

Finalist
Tapestry in King's Cross

Tapestry is a fifteen story multi-use building designed by Niall McLaughlin Architects in the heart of the King’s Cross regeneration area. It is a mix of public and private spaces, incorporating residential apartments, a multi-use games area, and a centralized car park. The building is dressed in a rich tapestry of ornament. The architecture has been inspired by the work of Owen Jones and his principles on decoration set out in The Grammar of Ornament.

The Red Stairs

Honor Award 2018
Sylvia Harris Award 2018
The Red Stairs

The project was completed within the environmental graphic course for second-year students and was also part of Open Your Space 2017, which is an ongoing research and design initiative. It draws on the relationship between design solution and social innovation ideas in Chinese urban context, and explores how design intervention collectively shapes the public realm to maximize shared value in the built environment.

Pinecrest to Welcome Visitors with Large Daktronics LED Display

Pinecrest to Welcome Visitors with Large Daktronics LED Display

Daktronics has partnered with Pinecrest to manufacture and install a 1,008-square-foot LED video display at the new, highly-anticipated mixed-use district opening in Cleveland's suburb of Orange Village, Ohio. The display will be installed this spring and ready to welcome visitors to the new retail development as tenants start to open this May. The vibrant new east side destination will feature high-caliber and sought-after apparel, home and specialty stores—many of which are first-to-market.

How to Build Your Brand with Better Wayfinding

How to Build Your Brand with Better Wayfinding

By Marty Gregg, Principal, ArtHouse Design, Denver

Dating back to ancient empires and cultures, wayfinding historically helped the adventurous traveler navigate new and unmarked territories. Enhancing the user experience in today’s hot real estate market, wayfinding helps owners and managers of residential, commercial, industrial and land properties build their brand reputation—and save time and money.

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