We worked with Self-Help, the developer, architect Eddie Belk and Stewart Engineering to design the signage, environmental graphics and way finding system for Revolution Mill, a 45-acre, $100 million mixed-use development near downtown Greensboro, NC. Once part of the Cone Mills textile empire, today Revolution Mill is home to businesses, apartments, restaurants and a festival … Read More
We designed the environmental graphics, wayfinding system and donor recognition program for Duke University’s newest medical school building, the Mary Duke Biddle Trent Semans Center. The six-story, 104,000-square-foot health education building opened to medical students in January 2013. The design work infuses the Duke brand into the user’s building experience, accentuating the state-of-the-art status of … Read More
The Durham Performing Arts Center is a 2,800 seat theater completed in 2008. We designed the environmental graphics, wayfinding and donor recognition program in harmony with the aesthetics of architect Phillip Szostak’s modern design. Since opening, the Durham Performing Arts Center has consistently placed in the top 10 most attended theaters in the U.S.
Located in the woods of Duke Forest, the Center for Living Campus at Duke is home to a host of health and wellness programs. We designed a new exterior wayfinding and graphics package to make the campus easier to navigate. The new package enhances the users experience by providing clear information at the locations when … Read More