Sustainability

Adam Brodsley

Adam Brodsley co­founded Volume Inc. at the dawn of the new millennium (which admittedly sounds like a long time ago) and has since served as Principal and Creative Director. His broad range of expertise and experience is connected by the desire to engage people through the power of design, whatever the method, whatever the medium but especially in the
physical world we inhabit.

Adam Brodsley, Volume Design, Inc.
San Francisco

Alicia Cheng

Alicia Cheng is a founding partner of MGMT. and has extensive exhibition design experience as well as brand and interactive design. She has worked as a senior designer for Method, New York and was the co-design director at the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum. She served as a lecturer and visiting critic at Yale University and has taught at the Rhode Island School of Design, the Maryland Institute College of Art, and Cooper Union. Alicia is now serving on the Board of the AIGA/NY chapter. She received her BA from Barnard College and her MFA from Yale University.

Alicia Cheng, MGMT. Design
Brooklyn, NY

Graham Bowman

Graham Bowman is currently studying Environmental Design at the University of Colorado at Boulder. Incredibly passionate about design and the built environment, Graham plans to get his masters in architecture and thereafter start his own firm. He currently interns at local Boulder firm WORKSHOP8 and serves as president of his school's chapter of the American Institute of Architecture Students.

Graham Bowman
Boulder

Greg Rose

Design with purpose, vision, and heart. Greg Rose's background spans several spheres of visual communication: corporate identity, advertising, information design, interaction design, exhibitions, architectural graphics, and wayfinding. The experiential and physical nature of graphics for the built environment has especially incited his curiosity and passion.

Since 2009, Greg Rose Design has served clients in healthcare, education, tourism, retail, insurance, professional services, entrepreneurship, and community development with a focus on quality and value.

Greg Rose Design LLC
Pittsburgh

Matthew Littell

Matthew Littell joined Utile as a principal shortly after the firm’s founding. Through his work in the firm’s architecture, planning, and early phase development projects, Matthew has gained an expertise in local and statewide building and zoning codes and the regulatory process. Recently, he has completed a Spencer Green, 48-unit affordable, sustainable rental project for Chelsea Neighborhood Developers, as well as Hyde-Blakemore, a 13-unit affordable home-ownership development for Urban Edge, one of Boston’s largest community development corporations.

Matthew Littell, Utile
Boston

Mark Askew

Mark Askew has spent the majority of the last 28 years designing, managing and implementing large scale signage projects for a wide variety of clients and building types. Mark provides a wide range of services that include brand identification, programming and planning of wayfinding strategies, management, design, production of construction documents and contract administration. He is a specialist in the development of wayfinding, communication and branding programs.

Gresham Smith
Houston

Charleen Catt Lyon

Charleen Catt Lyon is Design Principal, majority owner and founder of Catt Lyon Design + Wayfinding, a full-service multi-disciplinary graphic communications firm, located in New York, Chicago, and Cincinnati. In this capacity, she leads the firm’s graphic designers, industrial designers, and architects on all projects.

Charleen Catt Lyon, Catt Lyon Design + Wayfinding
New York

Amy Siegel

For more than 30 years, Amy has been striking a balance between creative expression and managing the details and business demands of large, multi-faceted, projects such as international airports, hospital campuses, and gaming and hotel facilities. Amy collaborates with her clients before design even begins from planning through implementation, translating their critical needs into design solutions.

Amy Siegel, Gensler
Denver

Vase Public Installation

Merit Award 2014
Vase Public Installation

Located in northern Portugal, the Municipality of Paredes has been framing itself in the context of creative cities, finding an engine for development and sustainable growth through talent and creativity. Its history and industrial capacity, in particular the furniture sector (representing 61% of national production), are key factors in Paredes being recognized as a creative center.

Artur Fontinha

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