Visual Graphic Systems

Bhawika Mishra

Bhawika Mishra holds a Bachelor of Design Degree from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, India in Accessory Design. Bhawika Mishra enjoys working in a hands-on environment, especially where concept, design, and materials are combined cohesively. She has worked with various materials like metal, paper, wood, leather, fabric, plastic to create fashion & lifestyle products. Bhawika loves working with local artisans and want to bring newness to the craft sector. During her undergrad, she interned at Jewellery Companies.

Bhawika Mishra holds a Bachelor of Design Degree from the National Institute of Fashion Technology, India in Accessory Design. Bhawika Mishra enjoys working in a hands-on environment, especially where concept, design, and materials are combined cohesively
Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT)
New York

Museum of Arts and Design Digital Wayfinding and Interactives

Museum of Arts and Design

MAD World

With a newly renovated building, dynamic wayfinding, and engaging interactives, the Museum of Arts and Design enters a new era.

A caterpillar requires 10 days to emerge from its chrysalis as a Monarch butterfly. It takes 10 weeks for a downy cygnet to transform into a Trumpeter swan. For the Museum of Arts and Design, metamorphosis has been a decades-long undertaking.

Museum of Arts and Design

Honor Award
Museum of Arts and Design, Pentagram

The Museum of Arts and Design in New York collects and presents contemporary and historic innovations in craft, art, and design. The museum opened its new home at Two Columbus Circle in September 2008. As part of the museum's relocation, MAD commissioned Pentagram to create static and dynamic interior and exterior signage and wayfinding as well as a suite of interactive interpretive media for the galleries.

Pentagram

Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Improvements

Merit Award
Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Improvements, Dumbo Improvement District, emphasis design

The primary task of the Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Improvement project was to create a welcoming transition from the bridge’s pedestrian walkway to the surrounding Brooklyn neighborhoods and to encourage visitors to explore its shops, restaurants, and cultural institutions. The solution needed to be eye-catching, vandal resistant, and low maintenance. It also had to be respectful and minimally invasive to the historical landmark bridge.

emphasis design

Yale University Art Gallery Signage

Merit Award
Yale University Art Gallery Signage, Open

Louis Kahn’s 1953 Yale University Art Gallery building is one of the first examples of Kahn’s distinctive style. Located across the street from the British Art Center, one of Kahn’s last buildings, the Gallery (known as the Kahn building) is an architectural landmark in the city of New Haven. As part of a decade-long restoration by Polshek Partnership Architects, Open developed a comprehensive signage system guided by two basic principles. First, all of the signage needed to be reversible so that the original condition of the building could be restored.

Open
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