Sunrise Systems

Motorola's Hack Couture

Motorola Mobility Chicago office

Celebrating Chicago in a Flexible Workplace

Flexible workspaces are all the rage in the corporate world. For Motorola Mobility's new headquarters in Chicago's repurposed Merchandise Mart, Gensler tweaked the 21st century office genre with a hackable, graphically layered environment that celebrates Motorola's employees and the city they love.

Henry Appleton

Henry Appleton co-founded Sunrise Systems, Inc., in 1976 and serves as its president. He began his business initially using LED technology to develop medical equipment. He worked at Boston University School of Medicine for 19 years, first in the engineering department and then in the department of neuropsychology. He was instrumental in the development of the first integrated circuit-based Continuous Performance Tester (CPT).

Henry Appleton, Sunrise Systems Inc.
Boston

Syracuse University Donor Recognition and Environmental Graphics

Image for the Syracuse University Donor Program

Newhouse, New Media

At Syracuse University’s Newhouse School of Public Communications, a double marriage between media and content, tradition and innovation.

It’s hard to imagine a better venue for celebrating the medium and the message than Syracuse University’s S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications. One of the premiere mass communications schools in the U.S., Newhouse is both a bastion of the principles of free press and a beta site for education in the digital era.

Neue Nationalgalerie

Merit Award
Neue Nationalgalerie, Jenny Holzer, Sunrise Systems

Like much of her work, Jenny Holzer's installation at the Berlin Neue Nationalgalerie was site-specific, made especially for a specific space and designed to last a particular length of time. However, this exhibition has become a permanent part of Berlin's new national gallery due to its success and Holzer's thoughtful response to the building's architecture.

Sunrise Systems

Syracuse University

Honor Award
Syracuse University, Poulin + Morris

S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications Donor Recognition and Environmental Graphics

Newhouse III is the 74,000-sq.-ft. addition to the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communication at Syracuse University. The original building, designed by I.M. Pei, was completed in 1964 and the second building was completed in 1974. The addition allows the school to expand its education and research missions with a new facility focused on interdisciplinary study.

Poulin + Morris Inc.
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