The new Chesapeake House Travel Plaza replaces its outmoded predecessor with a gracious and environmentally sensitive respite for travelers. Chesapeake House shares graphic and signage characteristics with Maryland House, its neighbor to the south. The bold typographic palette draws inspiration from the largest estuary in the country, the Chesapeake Bay. Nautical themes are expressed in natural hues with glassy transparencies reminiscent of daylight and water. Visitors appreciate their relationship to Chesapeake Bay Watershed and its myriad species.
Ayers Saint Gross is pleased to announce its Interstate 95 Maryland House and Chesapeake House Travel Plazas won USGBC Maryland’s 2015 Small Commercial Project award!
The Mid-Atlantic state’s architectural chapter doled out 22 awards to professional firms, including Ayers Saint Gross’ Travel Plazas and University of Delaware ISE Lab projects.