Each year, the Buffalo/Western New York chapter of the American Institute of Architects presents awards to honor excellence in architectural design. We are proud to announce that Pentagram partner Lorenzo Apicella’s design for the One M&T Plaza Entrance Pavilion has received one of three Honor Awards in the 2014 AIA Buffalo/WNY Design Awards program.
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Quick Link: Emily Oberman’s “Saturday Night Live” Book Design Featured on Fast Company
Creativity is an incredibly powerful tool that can inspire, seduce and provoke people into action. This is the basis of Do The Green Thing, an environmental charity co-founded by Naresh Ramchandani. It’s an online inspiration feed, filled with posters, videos, podcasts and objects by brilliant creative minds that use positivity to inspire people to live more sustainably.
After many conversations on how she could contribute to the cause, Marina Willer has developed a new identity for the charity, which encompasses the simple steps we can all take to living a greener life.
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Quick Link: Paula Scher to Speak at The New School
In the two decades that Pentagram’s Paula Scher has worked with The Public Theater, there’s one thing she’s never designed for the institution: an annual report.
To celebrate an important season that saw an increase in membership and donors, and as well as the development of several landmark productions, The Public has issued “Public Speaking,” a review of its activities during 2013-2014. Drawing on her iconic identity for The Public, Scher has designed a lively and engaging publication that helps the institution strengthen its relationship with its community and audiences.
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Quick Link: Daniel Weil’s Flower Glass Featured in Creative Review
Founded in 1962 on humanitarian principles, Al-Dabbagh is a family-run organisation with a unique philosophy that balances earning with philanthropy to deliver impact and scale for the greater good. Having set targets for 2020, Al-Dabbagh asked Naresh Ramchandani and Domenic Lippa to create a film to communicate its unique ecosystem and ambitions.
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Harry Pearce and strategist Simon Paterson have created a new visual identity for Domaine Thomson, a New Zealand-based wine producer famous for their biodynamic Pinot Noir. The rebrand followed their acquisition of a new vineyard in Gevrey Chambertin, France, and the need to visually communicate this growth to a new hemisphere.
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