All Posts in the ‘Exhibitions’ Category

Airbnb InstallationSeptember 12, 2014 / No Comments Yet

Timothy Goodman was commissioned by Airbnb to design a 60-foot wall installation in Airbnb’s new San Francisco office.
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The Leonardo MuseumApril 25, 2014 / No Comments Yet

The Leonardo is a newly opened Science, Art and Technology museum in Salt Lake City. Named for the great artist, inventor and innovator, Leonardo DaVinci, the museum is a hub for education, art, culture and experimentation.
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FitNationMarch 27, 2014 / No Comments Yet

Architecture and urban design have become important tools in the fight against obesity and related chronic diseases. Practical changes to the design of buildings, towns and cities—locating stairs for visibility, creating networks of well-marked bike lines, designing streetscapes that are inviting for pedestrians—can help encourage physical activity and make the built environment more conducive to healthier lifestyles.
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Pepsi at MetLife StadiumFebruary 14, 2014 / No Comments Yet

When fans arrive at MetLife Stadium this Sunday for Super Bowl XLVIII, they’ll be greeted by a dramatic new entrance for Pepsi, one of the game’s major sponsors.
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Refracted LightApril 07, 2013 / No Comments Yet

Communication and environmental design studio P-06 Atelier was commissioned to design this refracted light environmental graphics for the Pavilion of Knowledge (Pavilhão do Conhecimento) in Lisbon, Portugal.
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Creating The LookMarch 07, 2013 / No Comments Yet

Benini: Creating the Look is a bright and bold exhibition for its subject matter, the fashion photographer Bruno Benini.
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Made in BirminghamNovember 28, 2012 / No Comments Yet

Studio Makgill was commissioned by Birmingham City Council and Standard 8 to create the identity and graphics for an exhibition celebrating Birmingham’s infamous 1886 exhibition of Local Manufacturers and Natural History.
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The Happy ShowAugust 27, 2012 / No Comments Yet

Filling the Institute of Contemporary Art’s (ICA) entire second-floor galleries and Ramp, and activating the in-between spaces of the museum, Stefan Sagmeister’s The Happy Show offers visitors the experience of walking into the designer’s mind as he attempts to increase his happiness via mediation, cognitive therapy, and mood-altering pharmaceuticals.
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Vault of the Secret FormulaJuly 31, 2012 / 1 Comment

As they step through the huge vault door at the World of Coca-Cola, visitors are transported into a tale about the most famous and mysterious trade secret in history—the secret formula of Coca-Cola.
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Triennale Design MuseumJuly 11, 2012 / No Comments Yet

Italian architect Fabio Novembre delights us with his work for the Triennale Design Museum in Milan, Italy. The exhibition uses a colorful coding system that guides the visitor through a variety of Italian graphic design, that includes packaging, advertising, branding systems, videos and books.
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