A renovation transformed the 12-year-old building into a showpiece for the city.
Ayers Saint Gross designed a poster for the AASHE conference that serves as a guide to creating more compelling graphic communication and inspiration to make sustainability initiatives more relatable.
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.
Signage & Wayfinding Plan to enhance the University of BaltimoreÕs campus image and clarify navigation.
The interior and exterior signage design for the Wilmer Eye Institute is closely coordinated with the building architecture and interior design.
Take Action, Ayers Saint Gross’s Sustainable Action Plan, is an illustrated call-to-action for responsible and sustainable corporate behavior through projects, deeds, practice, and research.
The graphic design studio branded the residential community and conveys a youthful, natural and energetic tone that resonates with active, education-oriented residents.
The graphic theme for The Pratt Campaign for Central Library Renovations originates from the historic ironwork in the building’s iconic entrance.
Signage and lighting were developed for this former grain terminal turned luxury condominiums.
The graphic designers at Ayers Saint Gross created a brochure for The International Center for Maternal and Newborn Health to raise awareness of its mission and work around the world.