Younts Design Inc. is a multidisciplinary studio located in Baltimore, Maryland. They specialize in design that communicates through many mediums like environmental graphics, web & print.
There designed the environmental graphics for the Singapore’s Credit Suisse workplace. This agency, that has offices in both Australia and Singapore, used lines and patterns in a series of illustrations creating a useful signage system for the staff.
A hospital is terrifying no matter what, however, little details can help make the experience, of being in such a place, less traumatic or even pleasant. For me, environmental graphics and interior design make a big difference in transforming these places around.
We love the clean and sleek work of Australia’s Fabio Ongarato Design, and even though this project is not as big as the ones that we have featured before, it contains all the elements that we love about their work: simplicity, intelligent use of materials, and creativity.
Hidden Characters designed the identity and wayfinding system for Erzsébet Square, one of the most attractive touristic and recreational zones of Budapest’s inner city.
Pentagram’s Michael Gericke and his team have designed a bold program of large-scale environmental graphics for the new US headquarters of GlaxoSmithKline, the global pharmaceuticals and consumer healthcare company.
For the new incarnation of Austin’s beloved children’s museum, Asterisk Group created a program of building signage and donor recognition to complement the workshop aesthetic of the new facility and its exhibits.
In 2012 the refurbished Hamer Hall in Melbourne opened its doors, with a new concert hall, redesigned atrium space, and world class facilities throughout. The updated building once again sits comfortably amongst Melbourne’s iconic arts precinct, and now links St Kilda Road with Southbank.
The new 8,000sqm Australian HQ for global innovation giant 3M required an extensive branded environment that celebrated their history of landmark innovations as well as captured the 3M brand essence: ‘Harnessing the chain reaction of new ideas’.