Amy Cockerill

We are hiring!

Designer (1 – 3 years experience) CG is looking for a designer to join our multidisciplinary team. CG designs a diverse range of signage and environmental graphics for static and digital wayfinding, interpretive, and identity projects. Clients include cities, parks, hospitals, universities, corporate headquarters, public spaces and civic centers. Candidates should demonstrate passion, intelligence, multi-dimensional thinking, imagination, strong conceptual skills and an ability […]

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The Smithsonian celebrates 175 years!

Happy 175th Birthday to our client, the Smithsonian! Among its many wonders is the National Air & Space Museum. CG is on the design team revitalizing and transforming NASM – this popular place tops the list of DC’s favorite tourist sites, with 7.5 million visitors per year.

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Defining a Sense of Place

The newest edition of Urban Wayfinding and Planning Implementation from the Sign Research Foundation is on its way to the digital bookshelf and it features six Cloud Gehshan projects ranging from city/town placemaking, urban environmental art and a bike trail system from Denver to Boulder. It’s one for the library.

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Peace Corps Commemorative Park

A new park honoring the inspiring work of the Peace Corps is taking shape. Cloud Gehshan has been invited to join the design team by noted sculptor Larry Kirkland and Roger K. Lewis, FAIA, Architect and Planner and President of the Peace Corps Commemorative Foundation. The park will be located at Louisiana Avenue and 1st Street […]

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A new social services hub for the Great Northeast

CG was invited by Peter Bloomfield Associates to join Ground Reconsidered on the Path 1919 building renovation project on North Broad Street in Philadelphia. Path (People Acting to Help), a human services provider, acquired the historic 50s vintage bank located at 1919 Cottman Avenue, with the goal of expanding it and opening a new social services hub this summer. […]

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Atlanta History Center implements new system

CG is excited to announce the implementation of a thoughtful interior and exterior wayfinding system for the Atlanta History Center’s 33-acre campus. This flexible system was designed to accommodate a variety of institutional needs, with changeable components and the ability to add to the sign without replacing it. The graphic program supports the Center’s mission to […]

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A new strategy for SUNY Oneonta

Situated in the foothills of the Catskills, the SUNY Oneonta campus is an exemplary residential campus that values inclusion, service and sustainability. Its busy facilities agenda includes numerous capital projects, renovations and upgrades. The Facilities Master Plan will identify opportunities to enhance, maintain or improve the built environment in a way that facilitates learning and student […]

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Ian Goldberg wins the 2020 CDC Best Supporting Actor Award

CG is proud to announce that Principal Ian Goldberg has been awarded the Community Design Collaborative’s Best Supporting Actor Award in recognition of his exemplary contributions to the Frankford CDC rStore: Façade Improvements, the Design A.I.D. Outdoor Learning Spaces Competition and development of a covid signage package. The CDC’s annual volunteer awards program honors design professionals and firms for design excellence and outstanding […]

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Branding a new neighborhood

CG has created branding, signage and environmental enhancements for a new mixed-use development in the heart of South Philly. South Quarter Crossing combines two adjacent shopping centers, resulting in a 1 million square foot mixed-use development of national and local retailers, residences, a hotel and amenities for the neighborhood. Taking advantage of the area’s colorful past in developing signature […]

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New branding strategy for the NJT’s Transit Friendly Planning, Land Use and Development Program

CG is honored to have been selected to develop a long-term brand strategy for New Jersey Transit’s Transit Friendly Planning, Land Use and Development Program. NJ Transit is a recognized leader in the advocacy and planning for transit-oriented development along its integrated public transit network. Through their innovative program, NJ Transit has provided on-call technical planning assistance to dozens of interested municipalities to create […]

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