Messages of loss and hope, struggle and strength are captured at the nation's first
memorial honoring disabled veterans. As described by former President Obama at
the dedication, "From this day forward, Americans will come to this place and ponder
the immense sacrifice made on their behalf."
Drawing from an archive of 21 million treasures, a digital storytelling wall
engages visitors with larger-than-life images of significant historic events.
Architectural gateways on a Texas scale strongly establish the entrance to UTSA's
main campus; a complete wayfinding program helps visitors and students navigate
this complex, multi-level campus.
New placebranding and urban signage for a progressive “Cool City.” The buzz
around this award is the new energy and investment it draws to the community.
These innovative features both manage stormwater and "green" the city—CG's
interpretive signs explain the underground magic to the public.
The values and virtues of Penn’s genius founder grace a newly refurbished
promenade extending through the heart of the campus.
Sculptural forms and thoughtful interpretive experiences grace this beloved
arboretum treasured by gardeners, hikers, nature lovers, artists and bird-watchers.
A new brand identity, at the top of several major buildings, is a beacon in the night
sky and serves to identify this newly-energized campus in its urban setting.
The first capital city of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is being reborn as a world heritage site with restored palaces, new museums, state-of-the-art visitor center and sprawling souk.
A complete wayfinding system for this elite Texas university, one of the largest in the
country, complements the beautiful campus and provides clear guidance for visitors.
Placebranding gives a new voice and presence as this illuminated gateway welcomes
visitors and enlivens this eclectic and progressive small town with “green” values.
A dual branding program and comprehensive signage identify a world-renowned
partnership and help visitors navigate a complex medical and academic campus.
130-foot long serpentine “ribbons” along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway preview
the museum, its world-famous art collection and its unique wall ensembles.
Clients come to us for our expertise and innovation in identity and placebranding,
strategic communications, research-based signage and wayfinding, interpretive
storytelling and interactive experiences.