The Smart Bins installation explains why it's important to sort waste and recycling correctly.
How an unbuilt project, a chance conversation and a thumbnail sketch led to an iconic landmark and an unexpected social media flurry for Michael Courtney Design and the University of Washington.
Mad Campus was a unique public art project at the University of Washington’s Seattle campus. Twelve emerging artists created temporary, site-specific works inspired by outdoor locations across the campus. Studio Matthews devised an identity and wayfinding system to visually connect the diverse installations and create an overall experience.
New signage will unify the University of Washington, Tacoma, campus buildings while subtly and effectively guiding students and visitors.
Studio SC (Seattle) recently completed an environmental graphics program for the University of Washington’s Molecular Engineering Building. Drawing inspiration from the work done at the MEB, they created a graphic pattern that appears throughout the building, comprised of triangles that are deconstructed and reconstructed, forming an abstract representation of nanophotonic imaging.
Studio SC (Seattle) is creating an environmental graphic and wayfinding signage program for the University of Washington’s Center for Commercialization. The department, housed in Fluke Hall, facilitates opportunities for the University’s researchers and coaches them through the commercialization process.
Studio SC (Seattle) recently completed an environmental graphics program for the University of Washington’s Alumni Commons. Concurrent with the university’s sesquicentennial, the program highlights the past achievements and community impact of the university’s diverse alumni and looks proudly toward its future. Components include a timeline wall of past achievements, a People Wall featuring images and reflections from the UW community, and a backlit “Gold” wall with typographic statements about the university’s goals and values.
Studio SC (Seattle) created the environmental graphic design program for The University of Washington’s new Wayne Gittinger Baseball Team building. The graphics highlight individual players—both past and present—and the mechanics of baseball, through a series of large-scale images and inspirational typographic statements.