Toronto

Andrew Kuzyk

SEGD Toronto Chapter Co-Chair

A prin­ci­pal and found­ing part­ner of Entro, Andrew Kuzyk has been inte­grally involved in the design of signage and wayfind­ing systems for over 20 years. Andrew trained as an Industrial Designer.

Andrew-Kuzyk, Partner, Entro, Toronto, Canada
Entro
Toronto, Canada

Entro

Entro is a leader in the field of environmental communications. It plans, designs, and execute wayfinding strategies for a wide range of clients from Canada, the United States, Europe, the Caribbean, Asia and the Middle East. For over 20 years the firm has collaborated with world-renowned architects including Frank Gehry, Renzo Piano, Moshe Safdie, and Diamond & Schmitt. The firms’ experience, comprehensive services, and award-winning projects instills confidence in clients.

Wayne McCutcheon

SEGD President 2010-2011

Wayne is a Past President of SEGD and a member of the 2016 SEGD Board of Directors.

Wayne, a principal and founding partner of Entro, has been instrumental in the successful planning, design and implementation of many large-scale wayfinding and corporate identity programs over the past 20 years.

Wayne McCutcheon, Entro
Entro
Toronto, Canada

Sidewalk Labs will move Forward with Toronto project

In the two years since Sidewalk Labs pitched its vision for a grand smart city development — encompassing an entire neighborhood on the Toronto waterfront — the project has been beset by controversy and criticism.

Mactac's StreetTRAX at Toronto Pride

Mactac's StreetTRAX at Toronto Pride (image: rainbow graphic on street)

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To show its support for Toronto Pride, a month-long Pride celebration that is among the largest in the world, longtime Pride sponsor Toronto-Dominion Bank wanted to install a large, circular rainbow graphic on the ground of the courtyard by its headquarters. TD Bank wanted the chosen graphic to be cost-effective, but it also needed a graphic that would be durable enough to withstand five weeks of heavy foot traffic and outdoor weather conditions.

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