The National Winston Churchill Library and Center, located at the George Washington University, is the stateside compliment to the original Centre and Chartwell House in England.
This 12.2-acre brownfield was transformed into a conservation demonstration park, featuring bird and insect habitats, a rec pier and a trail network.
Interpretive and wayfinding signs complement the natural surroundings of this four-mile nature trail on the banks of the Stono River.
The Signage & Wayfinding Master Plan and Implementation align the aesthetic experience of the University with its mission and academic quality.
The graphic design for this corporate suite demonstrates the spirit of the company, with graphic elements in the lobby and thread through the space.
Bright, bold and thematic graphics are integrated into the newly designed and reopened Maryland House Travel Plaza on I-95, also by Ayers Saint Gross.
The signage system at FCC strengthens campus identity, clarifies wayfinding, highlights prominent campus destinations, and creates a sense of welcome while elevating the college brand.
This pro-bono makeover of Baltimore Design School’s 1950s cafeteria provides students with plenty of food for thought.
The signage system for the visitor center at Monticello pairs quiet sophistication with informational clarity to enhance the facility and aid navigation.
The Signage & Wayfinding Plan addresses transportation challenges and outlines a strategy that accommodates special events and campus growth.
The Chesapeake House Travel Plaza uses a bold typographic palette and draws inspiration from the largest estuary in the country, the Chesapeake Bay.