Amy Cockerill

Congratulations to Song for his promotion to Senior Designer!

CG is proud to acknowledge Dai hyun Song for his exceptional work and contributions to the design excellence of the firm, and is excited to formally recognize him as senior designer. Before joining CG as a designer, Song earned his Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from The University of the Arts in Philadelphia. During his time […]

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The Circuit Trails transit-to-trail wayfinding

We’re working with Tri-State Transportation Campaign, Philadelphia Bicycle Coalition and New Jersey Transit to promote bicycling to and from Riverline light rail stations. Signs on station platforms will list and promote nearby trails, and on-street signage will blaze the way to each trailhead. The signage system is part of the Circuit Trails, a network that connects […]

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Fairmount Park Conservancy

The Conservancy is an incredible organization, supporting hundreds of city-owned parks and playgrounds with progressive planning and creative programming like dragon boating, yoga, bike tours and kayaking. Their new home in the middle of the 2000-acre Fairmount Park symbolizes their accessibility and the central role they play as champions of the Philly park system. The Ohio House […]

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See us at the 2022 Greater and Greener Conference

Cloud Gehshan is excited to exhibit at this year’s Greater & Greener Conference, presented by the City Parks Alliance and hosted in our home city of Philadelphia. The event draws city planners, design professionals, park managers, and stewards of green space preservation from throughout the country. An exciting itinerary of seminars, workshops, and outings are planned from June 17th […]

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RWJBarnabas Health – Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center

RWJBarnabas Health – Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center is planning the construction of a new freestanding Cancer Center adjacent to its hospital in Livingston, NJ, thanks to a generous $100 million gift from the Cooperman Family Foundation. As the largest donation given to any hospital in New Jersey, it will allow the medical center to advance […]

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CG welcomes Michael Tedeschi to the team!

Cloud Gehshan welcomes digital consultant Michael Tedeschi to our design team! A growing number of CG’s clients require digital systems to augment their signage and graphics; Michael’s background as a creative technologist, experience designer and digital strategist will be instrumental in helping CG create comprehensive and compelling design solutions. His thoughtful “people first” philosophy meshes […]

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CG’s work on Penn Medicine’s new Patient Pavilion is featured in SEGD article

CG’s Ian Goldberg and Linzi Eggers discuss the challenges they faced and the solutions they came up with when developing the interior and exterior signage and wayfinding system for the 14-story tower which is sited within University City’s dense medical district. Check out our work in the recent SEGD feature article here!

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New branding strategy for NJT’s Transit Friendly Planning, Land Use and Development Program is now live!

New Jersey Transit is a recognized leader in the advocacy and planning for transit-oriented development along its integrated public transportation network, reflecting the communities they serve. Through their innovative Transit Friendly Program, NJ Transit has provided on-call technical planning assistance to dozens of interested municipalities to create and implement community-based vision plans to guide local growth, especially […]

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Interpretive signage for Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority

We are excited to be working with Pittsburgh Water and Sewer Authority to design interpretive signage about their stormwater management practices across Pittsburgh! This hilly and historic city has installed green infrastructure like rain gardens and drainage channels to reduce flooding and improve water quality in waterways. Virginia and Kate took a chilly walk with […]

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Black lives celebrated: Restoring recognition

For the 100th anniversary of Seger Park, Cloud Gehshan was commissioned to design an interpretive sign for this popular Philly park. Neighbors will be surprised to learn that the park is actually not Seger Park. It is Mitchell Park, officially renamed in 1976 after Charles Mitchell, one of the recreation department’s first Black supervisors. Seger was a White politician who was […]

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