Sustainability

Green Dot Sign

Green Dot Sign® is an award winning, nationwide supplier of ADA, wayfinding, architectural and permanent signage. We focus on dramatically reducing the amount of plastic used in signs, and develop modern processes utilizing wood and natural materials to make world class, beautiful signs for a better planet.

Utilizing cutting edge technology, our ADA signs use no plastic machining or adhesive, so the letters and braille are strongly bonded and use 99% less plastic than traditional ADA signs.  

Peter Muller

Peter Muller is an SEGD Seattle chapter co-chair

Peter is a dynamic Design Manager and the Global Design Resilience Practice Area Leader for Gensler Brand. With nine combined years of experience in project management, branding, and technical sign manufacturing, he showcases a compelling portfolio of iconic EGD and signage projects - from the Pacific Northwest to Utah, Texas and New York, to India, Malaysia, Germany, Australia and beyond.

Peter Muller
Gensler
Seattle

Yann Follain

Yann Follain is an SEGD Singapore Chapter Co-Chair

Yann Follain is the founder of WY-TO’s Singapore practice and co-founder of WY-TO architects in Paris. He was named, together with Pauline Gaudry, co-founder of WY-TO architects in Paris, one of Europe’s most important and emerging young architects and designers in Europe 40 Under 40 for 2016 by The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.

Yann Follain, WY-TO
WY-TO
Singapore

Lucia Athens

Lucia Athens is the City of Austin’s first Chief Sustainability Officer. Recognized internationally as an authority on sustainability, she is author of the Island Press book Building an Emerald City: A Guide to Creating Green Building Policies and Programs.

Lucia Athens, Chief Sustainability Officer, City of Austin, City Manager's Office
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Austin, TX

Leah Scolere

Leah Scolere is an Assistant Professor at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Leah Scolere holds a Bachelor of Science in Design and Environmental Analysis and Interior Design, an MA in Interior Design, an MS in Communication, New Media and Society, and a PhD in Communication and Media Studies with a minor in history of architecture and urban development, all from Cornell University. 

Leah Scolere is an Assistant Professor at Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado.
Colorado State University
Fort Collins, Colorado

Kelsey Kawaguchi

Kelsey Kawaguchi is a Design Intern at the Oakland Museum of California.

Kelsey Kawaguchi is a designer passionate about creating inviting and engaging spaces. Whether it's developing the layout and visual identity of a museum exhibition or incorporating sustainability into urban spaces, Kelsey loves working on a good challenge.

Kelsey Kawaguchi graduated from the University of California, Davis where she obtained both a Bachelor of Arts in Design and a Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Environmental Design.

Kelsey Kawaguchi is a Design Intern at the Oakland Museum of California.
Oakland Museum of California
San Jose, California

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