Since its founding in 1889, Barnard College has been the preeminent liberal arts college for women in the United States. One of the original Seven Sisters schools, Barnard’s mission is to provide a superior liberal arts education to promising and high-achieving young women. Located on a picturesque, 4-acre campus in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, the College currently has approximately 2,400 students and 375 faculty members. To accommodate the school’s continual growth and development, Barnard commissioned Poulin + Morris to update its environmental graphics and wayfinding sign program. The program includes identification and branding of building exteriors and event spaces, key room identification, campus and building directories, changeable informational displays/kiosks, and a donor recognition program.
Founded in 1824 to honor the legacy of Benjamin Franklin, The Franklin Institute is one of the nation's oldest centers for science education. Today, the world-renowned Franklin Institute hosts an array of hands-on, educational exhibitions and programs focusing on science and technology as well as community outreach. Located in Philadelphia's Parkway Museums District, the Institute is currently constructing the 3-story Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion which will house an education center/conference space, a rotating exhibition gallery, and a new, major permanent exhibition on the human brain.
Poulin + Morris is developing an innovative donor recognition program honoring approximately 120 donors whose contributions have made the construction of the new pavilion possible.
Poulin + Morris is working with worldwide financial institution, Prudential, in developing a comprehensive environmental graphics and wayfinding sign program for the company’s new headquarters located in downtown Newark, New Jersey. The state-of-the-art, $444 million, 675,000 square-foot office tower will revitalize the area surrounding nearby Military Park. Accommodating 3,000 Prudential employees, the LEED Gold certified building will feature a 500-seat conference center, retail podium, health and wellness center, fitness center, a plaza with a green wall and water wall, a parking garage for 1,400 cars, and a 5th-floor cafeteria with access to a roof garden.