Amy Cockerill

2024 Dix Park Project Summit

Want to learn more about how we + our partners are transforming Dix Park’s 308 acres into America’s Next Great Park? Staff and consultant teams from Dix Park, Dix Park Conservancy, City of Raleigh and Neighboring Organizations gathered together this week to showcase all the efforts in motion supporting the transformation of the park at […]

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Highlighting Black-owned businesses and community organizations

For this Black History Month, we’d like to shine some light on the Black-owned businesses and community organizations that have a positive impact on historically disadvantaged populations in the Philadelphia region. These organizations often work to address issues of equity, access to housing, and community empowerment. Here are a few notable ones: 1.    Urban […]

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Please join us in welcoming Tracey Inez to the team!

Tracey is a native Washingtonian and a seasoned professional in small business operations management, bookkeeping, and estate management. Tracey oversees the financial health of CG and is instrumental in developing and managing project budgets and assists both clients and design teams in tracking hours and expenses. Holding a Bachelor’s Degree in Finance and Economics from […]

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CG is excited to welcome Liora Moshman to the team!

Liora Moshman, a Baltimore native, is deeply fascinated with the transformative power of design in shaping environments and experiences. To her, design is an integral part of society, and she sees its influence everywhere. Being a part of Cloud Gehshan Design and the experiential design community brings her great excitement. Liora previously worked as a […]

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University of Virginia mock up testing

Cloud Gehshan Design has been working closely with the Office of the Architect, Office of Facilities Management, Office of Marketing & Communications, and the Sign Shop at the University of Virginia to develop a cohesive set of exterior and interior guidelines for the grounds. The system will greatly assist in articulating a sense of place, […]

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CG designs new gateway signage for Philadelphia’s historic Jewelers’ Row

Center City District and the Jewelers’ Row District Association have unveiled a rendering of new gateway signage designed by CG for Jewelers’ Row in Philadelphia, the oldest diamond district in America dating back to 1851. Marking a grand entrance to the world-renowned Philadelphia Jewelry District, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and a National Landmark, the […]

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CG wins the Wish PHL Wonder Cone for PARK(ing) Day 2023

For this year’s PARK(ing) Day festival, CG’s theme was “Park at your own wish.” Wouldn’t it be great if parking spaces were not only a place to rack up parking tickets, but rather a space to realize and ponder your dreams? Visitors stopped by our parklet at 4th and Market last Friday to jot down […]

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A new Data Science Building for the University of Pennsylvania

CG has partnered with Lake Flato Architects and KSS Architects on a new Data Science Building for the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia’s first mass timber building. CG designed a comprehensive exterior and interior signage system, donor recognition, and environmental branding. The building will be a hub for cross-disciplinary collaborations that harness expertise, research and data. […]

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SEGD celebrates 50 years of experiential design

Congratulations to the SEGD team and Cybelle Jones for an absolutely incredible conference this year! Always profoundly moving and inspirational, but this year felt special, not only because it was the 50th anniversary and the launch of the new SEGD identity, but because it felt as though we all could truly be present, moving beyond […]

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Signage installed at the Ohio House

New identification and directional signage designed by CG has been installed at the Ohio House for the new Fairmount Park Conservancy administrative offices. Located in West Fairmount Park, the Ohio House was built as the Ohio State exhibit for the Centennial Exposition of 1876 and is part of the Philadelphia Register of Historic Places. The Fairmount Park Conservancy is a local non-profit that supports hundreds […]

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