Just in: C&G's Stolen Heart Video Map for the Leo Baeck Institute was selected as a finalist for the SEGD Global Design Awards 2017. The 3D-printed, projection-mapped tabletop video is the centerpiece of the exhibition “Stolen Heart: The Theft of Jewish Property in Berlin’s Historic Center, 1933–1945,” which was on view at Leo Baeck. Topographic and time-lapse elements mix with stylistic color tints and a custom musical score in the animated video portion of the experience, which is projected onto a 3D-printed, 1:1500 scale, historically accurate model of Mitte, Berlin’s center of culture, commerce and government. Technologies powering the experience include players by Brightsign and specialty projection from Christie. Read more at SEGD.Read More
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Read Keith Helmetag's insights on the SEGD blogpost, "Keith Helmetag: Then and Now," published today. The Studio Partner recounts how the SEGD Global Design Awards have transformed since he was a jury chairperson in 1996 until his recent juror's panel in 2017.
"21 years ago, the entries were mostly static signs for individual buildings that were designed primarily by NYC and LA studios. Today, there’s media, signage, exhibits, and place-making in a broad spectrum of scales and sizes, from all over the globe" says Keith who has been at the forefront of experiential design for over four decades and has several SEGD Global Design Awards to his name.Read More
Partner Keith Helmetag will be part of the 2017 SEGD Global Design Awards jurors panel this year. A multiple SEGD Award recipient himself, Keith will bring decades of expertise in signage, wayfinding, exhibit and environmental design to the 10-person, multi-disciplinary panel. Now open for submission, the SEGD award is the only global program focused on user experiences in built environments. "Since 1987, the SEGD Global Design Awards have set the standard of excellence for experiential graphic design...from interactive multimedia environments to complex hospital wayfinding systems, and from branded corporate environments to museum exhibitions."Read More
Just in: C&G Partners is featured in the first SEGD "Annual of Excellence." Considered the "yearbook of the experiential graphic design community," the Annual celebrates the best projects of 2016, drawn from SEGD's Global Design and Excellence Awards. Our award-winning project for the Sanford Lab Homestake Visitor Center is one of those selected that "represents changing paradigms in the design community...and raise the bar for better user experience," as described by SEGD CEO Clive Roux.Read More
The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) announced the winning projects for the 2016 SEGD Global Design Awards this past weekend in Seattle. We are honored to have received an award in the Placemaking & Identity category, for the Sanford Homestake Visitor Center in Lead, South Dakota. The Awards features designers who are "experimenting with ways to enhance users’ enjoyment of the 'real' world with creative experiential designs that communicate," as per SEGD's description.
The project includes a suite of exhibits, media programs, and environmental graphics for a Visitor Center at Sanford Lab Homestake, a sophisticated astrophysics lab that was once home to the largest and deepest mine in the Western Hemisphere...Read More
C&G Partners' installation 'Curtain of Names' for The Advisory Board Company (ABC) was honored with a Merit Award in the 2015 SEGD Global Design Awards Program in the Placemaking and Identity category. Each year, The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) honors the very best in experiential graphic design worldwide.Read More
Just announced at the first Core 77 Conference , C&G has won a 2014 Interiors and Exhibitions Professional Notable Award for the design of the exhibit Against the Odds at Museum of Jewish Heritage . This is one of several awards the firm has won for Against the Odds - including SEGD and the New York Design Awards . Jury comments: "A compelling and very smart use of a basic material—the cascades of paper that frame and divide this exhibition space—conjures a haunting atmosphere of rich and appropriate references for a museum of Jewish refugees: the difficulties of achieving political documentation, the lost and scattered pages of a history interrupted over the centuries by pogroms and violence, and the literate impulse and diasporic folktales so central to the ‘People of the Book.’ A beautifully yet subtly realized exhibition." “I think the falling papers wall is so emotive and sculptural and beautiful..." Read More
Announced over the weekend at the SEGD Conference in Atlanta: C&G Partners has won a 2014 SEGD Global Design Award for the exhibition "Against the Odds: American Jews and the Rescue of Europe's Refugees 1933-1941" at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York. This is one of several projects the firm has done for the museum, and one of several awards we've brought home from SEGD over the years. Against The Odds also recently won a New York Design Award and a Finalist Award at the 2014 AIGA "Justified" competition. Read More