What an amazing Wayfinding event we had last week in Boston. Featuring sold-out tours, an all-star line-up of presenters and numerous opportunities for wayfinding professionals from around the world to connect with each other, this was the largest Wayfinding event in SEGD history! If you were there, you know how great it was. But if you couldn't make it, here's what you missed out on.
Led by local experts, 2017 SEGD Wayfinding tours will span a wide cross-section of settings, from an airport and a hospital to workspaces and urban wayfinding.
A lot of designers learn to sketch projects before creating them digitally, and my parents always said that I spent more time with a crayon in my hand than anything else.
With a BA from Smith College and a MLIS/MA from Simmons College's dual degree archival management and history program, Aliza Leventhal has spent her archival career focused on addressing the difficulties CAD and BIM files pose for long term preservation and access. She is the co-chair of the SAA Architectural Records Roundtable, as well as the co-founder and active member of the CAD/BIM Taskforce.
Sasaki Associates diverse professionals, collaborative approach, and inspired solutions create value.
Collaboration is one of today's biggest buzzwords—but at Sasaki, it's at the core of what we do.
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.
SEGD Boston Chapter Co-Chair
For over 15 years Samuel Pease has been actively involved in all aspects of design, starting early in his career working for a nationally regarded architectural specialties fabricator, then moving through multiple internationally recognized design firms.
Joe Blair is a professionally trained graphic designer who entered the EGD/XGD field straight out of college at MassArt in Boston. In the course of his career he’s worked alongside world-class fabricators, architects, engineers and designers and is now enrolled in the seminal class of the MDes Master of Design Innovation program back at MassArt.
His ethos is informed by a global facing, culturally sensitive ideology and roots in traditional sculptural practices. Design as play, design as social catalyst, the sky’s the limit!
Value Engineering: the New Reality
In the interest of sustainable practice, we’re all compelled to do more with less. Value engineering can help, if all the stakeholders are on the same page.
On the Waterfront
With the help of environmental graphics, urban design, and public art, National Harbor makes a lasting mark on a blighted stretch of the Potomac.
Think of Washington, D.C., and iconic landmarks such as the Washington Monument and the White House likely come to mind. So when developer Milton Peterson of The Peterson Companies bought a barren 300-acre parcel on the banks of the Potomac just south of these historic architectural giants, he envisioned a classic rather than trendy mixed-use development that would look like it had always been there.
The new chapel at Sacred Heart University serves as a beacon for spiritual life on the campus in Fairfield, Conn. It has a striking presence on the university’s new main quadrangle, complementing the new library and Humanities Center.