Sunnyvale

Tanya Mogilevsky

Tanya Mogilevsky is a graphic designer specializing in brand identity and environmental graphic design. With a clean, minimalist aesthetic and a close eye for detail Tanya enjoys finding a unique and functional solution for every design problem she approaches, whether it is a logo for a startup or a large-scale wayfinding program. Her client base is diverse, from entrepreneurs to architects to educational institutions.

Tanya Mogilevsky
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Sunnyvale, Calif.

222 Java Corners

2018 Finalist
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.

Growing Up Google -- How Wayfinding and Placemaking Help Evolve the Google Brand

Google Tech Corners Campus, EGD by Media Objectives/Valerio Dewalt Train

When Google opened its new Tech Corners Campus in Sunnyvale, California, they were committed to creating work and social spaces that support employee health, enhance the workplace experience and improve overall sustainability. Valerio Dewalt Train Associates and Media Objectives established a set of guiding design principles aimed at creating a place that inspires growth, surprises and delights, is economical and scalable--and memorable.

Yahoo!

Merit Award
Yahoo!, Square Peg

Yahoo! Headquarters Building Identification

Yahoo did not want to be seen as an adolescent dot.com, so the challenge was to develop a graphics program that captured the irreverent and non-institutional culture of Yahoo!

Square Peg
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