Stanford Law School is working with Ennead Architects to develop a physical campus plan built for the long term. The new Law School Academic Building will complement both the existing campus and reflect the School’s vision for the future by expanding the campus with approximately 63,000 square feet of offices, clinics, and seminar and meeting rooms. Poulin + Morris was commissioned to develop a comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding sign program for the new building.
Museum Park Miami will be a 40-acre city park designed for both active and passive recreation where visitors and residents alike can visit 2 first-class museums—the Miami Museum of Science & Planetarium and the Miami Art Museum, in an open setting of lawns, public gardens, fountains, and pools—all fronting Biscayne Bay. Cooper Robertson & Partners selected Poulin + Morris to design a comprehensive environmental graphics and wayfinding sign program for the redevelopment of the park.
Downtown Alliance’s top priority is to make the streets of lower Manhattan more attractive and convenient for the public. Pedestrians are currently presented with wayfinding challenges in navigating downtown due to new and constantly changing construction sites. Poulin + Morris was selected to design a temporary streetscape plan for 7 construction sites within the lower Manhattan area.
The Natural History Museum of Utah is building a new home that will modernize and expand the institution. Located at University of Utah, the new Museum will be the “trailhead” for the State of Utah. The design for the new building, created by Ennead Architects, embodies the Museum’s educational and scientific mission to inspire wonder and discovery of the natural world and the new place of humans in it. Poulin + Morris was invited to design a comprehensive environmental graphics, donor recognition, and wayfinding sign program for the new facility.