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Studio SC (Seattle) is creating an environmental graphic and wayfinding signage program for the University of Washington’s Center for Commercialization. The department, housed in Fluke Hall, facilitates opportunities for the University’s researchers and coaches them through the commercialization process.

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Photograph of University of Washington's Alumni Commons

Studio SC (Seattle) recently completed an environmental graphics program for the University of Washington’s Alumni Commons. Concurrent with the university’s sesquicentennial, the program highlights the past achievements and community impact of the university’s diverse alumni and looks proudly toward its future. Components include a timeline wall of past achievements, a People Wall featuring images and reflections from the UW community, and a backlit “Gold” wall with typographic statements about the university’s goals and values.

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Studio SC (Seattle) was selected by the Washington State Convention Center and ZGF Architects to create a new exterior identification signage program for the complex located in Seattle’s retail core. Studio SC is also working with LMN Architects and Talon Capital to rebrand three commercial office buildings in downtown Seattle with new environmental graphic identity programs.

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photo of University of Washington's Wayne Gittinger Building

Studio SC (Seattle) created the environmental graphic design program for The University of Washington’s new Wayne Gittinger Baseball Team building. The graphics highlight individual players—both past and present—and the mechanics of baseball, through a series of large-scale images and inspirational typographic statements.

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Studio SC (Seattle) designed an environmental graphics program for the Museum of Flight’s new Space Gallery. The 15,500-square-foot-building, designed by SRG Partnership, will house a retired space shuttle trainer—the only one of its kind in the world.  Studio SC worked with Creo Industrial Arts to design and fabricate a movable bracket system to display promotional banners on the building’s exterior identity wall.

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Studio SC (Seattle) recently installed and tested prototype signage at Seattle Children’s Hospital for its Building Hope expansion and campus master plan. The signs, fabricated by Image Mill, were tested for legibility, color, consistency, size, cap height, and clarity. Placing these prototypes in a low-traffic area of the hospital allowed the design team and owner to see how the signs looked at full size in the environment, and also gave patient-families an opportunity to experience the new wayfinding program and offer feedback.

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Studio SC (Seattle) is designing an environmental graphics program for the University of Washington’s new Husky Ballpark Team Building, the off-field home for the school’s baseball program. A design/build project with SRG Partnership and Bayley Construction, the building will feature simple, impactful graphics that focus on the fundamentals of baseball.

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Studio SC (Seattle) was one of 25 design firms that participated in AIGA Seattle’s Design Marks, a part of the inaugural Seattle Design Festival, which launched September 16. Each firm selected an influential cultural landmark in Seattle—SC chose the historic King Street Station—and created a location marker and a video exploring the landmark’s impact on culture and the history of Seattle. The markers, which are located throughout downtown Seattle, were on display until September 25.

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Studio SC (Seattle) is designing a site and interior wayfinding environmental graphics program for the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center in Richland, Wash. The Reach, which sits on the banks of the Columbia River, will detail the history of the land-from the Ice Age to the Manhattan Project to today. The graphics program highlights the effect of water on the land, with signs that create the effect of breaking out and being affected by the building materials.

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Federal Center South, U.S. General Services Administration, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Studio SC

To most residents of the Pacific Northwest, rivers and waterways are simply part of the fabric of the region—so omnipresent that their value and contributions to the region’s economic framework are often overlooked. For the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, however, water is the lifeblood of its existence and estuaries are at the heart of its studies. This is reflected in the Corps’ new Seattle District headquarters, where Studio SC’s graphics program underscores the focus of the Corps’ work through a series of river-centric environmental graphics and wayfinding signage components.

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