The Washington Post lifestyle column "Crunched," included the article "Your interior designer might be very happy," based on C&G Partners illustration for the first AIGA Design Census. The article features Partner Maya Kopytman's infographic that applies job satisfaction data to the length of a smile. Read the article here.Read More
This week, the Washington Post led with C&G's West Point Foundry Preserve interpretive landscape program in the article "A Lot of Design Goes into Those Helpful Park and Trail Maps." Written by Kim Cook, the article surveys a range of successful outdoor signage projects designed to seamlessly integrate with their natural surroundings. The article has also been picked up by ABC News, Daily Herald, and others.
“When you build and refresh a place with an extraordinary history, the task is remarkably easy if you’re willing to respond to the information that lies in front of you,” says Partner Keith Helmetag about this landmark project we did for our client, Scenic Hudson.Read More
Who knew: interior designers are the happiest design professionals. The least happy? Architects, apparently.
For AIGA and Google's first annual Design Census 2016, C&G Partners' Maya Kopytman chose an iconic form to illustrate facts about job satisfaction across 17 different design industries. "By applying census data to the length of a smile, we depict designer satisfaction in various industries," describes Maya. “ In some industries designers are happier than others, but overall—we're a happy bunch.”Read More
The Boston Globepreviews Shakespeare Unauthorized at the Boston Public Library, opening to the public on Friday, October 14. "C&G Partners, which designed the installation at the McKim Exhibition Hall, took its cue for the exhibit from the classic line from “As You Like It”: “All the world’s a stage/And all the men and women merely players,” according to the article by Cristela Guerra. Read more on The Boston Globe.Read More
SEGD's list of The 20 Most Influential Exhibit Designs this Century, released today, includes C&G's Against The Odds at The Museum of Jewish Heritage. The article includes projects from the last 16 years that show significant innovation, inspiration and raise the bar for exhibit design.
"This thoughtful project encouraged visitors to learn about the lives of refugees and rescuers through various media," the article says...Read More
Just in time for the weekend: a lighthearted clip of Star Trek actor, and Planetary Society Board Member, Robert Picardo touring our exhibits at Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles. His companion is the Observatory Curator, Dr. Laura Danly. We’re fans and friends of the film star, known to some as the Holographic Doctor, and of course very proud to have been a part of the Griffith renovation project that he mentions here.
C&G Partners designed 20,000 square feet of new visitor experiences for Griffith...Read More
The American Marketing Association newsletter features leading logo designer’s reactions to Tokyo's symbol for the 2020 Summer Olympics. C&G’s Maya Kopytman is one of the five designers selected for the write-up by Zach Brooke.
Maya analyzes the merits and shortcomings of the 2020 Olympics logo, designed by Asao Tokolo, and compares it to the original logo...Read More
The Architect’s Newspaper highlights C&G Partners designs for Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center, in Lead, South Dakota, in the just-posted article A science center fit for particle physicists and visitors alike. Once America’s largest gold mine, Sanford Lab is now the country's most advanced astrophysics facility.
Written by Matthew Messner, the article illustrates the Visitor Center’s educational mission...Read More