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Thoughtful, Sustainable and Community-focused—Studio Matthews for Design with the 90%

Thoughtful, Sustainable and Community-focused—Studio Matthews for Design with the 90%

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The third exhibition in the newly launched rotating exhibit space at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Discovery Center (Seattle), “Design with the 90%,” was a collaboration between the Discovery Center, the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum (New York) and award-winning local design firm Studio Matthews.

Interior Architects' Stotz and Badgley to Give Webinar on EGD

Interior Architects' Stotz and Badgley to Give Webinar on EGD

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IA Interior Architects' Director of Experiential Design, Annelle Stotz, and Studio Director, Amanda Badgley will be giving a free webinar entitled "The Successful Integration of Experiential Graphic Design: Building a Brand-forward Workplace" on Thursday, October 18 at 2 pm EDT. The talk will address the increasing and varied presence of EGD in the built environment and how to plan and build a successful experiential implementation.

Understory at Amazon Spheres

Finalist 2018
Finalist 2019
Understory at Amazon Spheres

The Spheres is the latest addition to Amazon’s downtown Seattle headquarters, and offers employees a work environment shared with over 40,000 plants, bringing them closer to nature as they work.

To explain this groundbreaking new building, Amazon established a free, public visitor center at The Spheres, called Understory. The name refers to the lush habitat between the rainforest floor and canopy and provides a fully immersive, 360-degree experience where visitors can get up close and personal with the science, engineering and plants behind The Spheres.

Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Finalist 2018
Living Computers: Museum + Labs

Living Computers: Museum + Labs, established by Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, not only preserves and displays working vintage computers, it also aims to make technology fun and accessible to the public. With its 2016-2017 renovation and expansion, the museum wanted to reach a wider audience to round out STEM education and encourage kids—especially girls—to pursue careers in technology.

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