Cultural attractions are the crown jewels of cities and towns. These places are dynamic, with a variety of programs and events that contribute to public life. Signage and environmental graphics offer enhancements to riverfronts, civic spaces, heritage corridors and entertainment venues. We support civic and cultural spaces with branding, lively interpretation, wayfinding signage and donor recognition.


Civic venues are subject to constant change and heavy public use. Signs and graphic elements must be scaled properly, accessible to a wide audience and designed to withstand the elements. They enrich a
 place’s unique character and connect people to signature destinations and events.


Our understanding of visitors’ expectations, varying needs and cognitive abilities helps us shape their experiences as they enjoy these unique places. We want them to be welcoming, navigable and interactive. Whether directing to a revitalized Main Street or new attraction, integrated branding and signage build pride in community and support economic development.


A selection of our clients

Addiriyah World Heritage Site
Alexandria, VA Waterfront
Atlanta History Center
Barnes Foundation
Binghamton, New York
Blueprint IA, Tallahassee
Cape May County, New Jersey
Cheltenham Township
City of Midland, Michigan
City of Millville, New Jersey
City of Philadelphia
City of Richmond, Virginia
City of Rochester, New York
City of Spartanburg, South Carolina
Darwin Martin House
Delaware River City Corporation


Delaware River Waterfront Corporation
Free Library of Philadelphia
Highland Park, New Jersey
Historical Society of Pennsylvania
Jacob Javits Convention Center
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Montclair History Center
Overbrook Environmental Education Center
Pennsylvania State Museum
Puerto Rico Convention and Trade Center
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum
The State Museum of Pennsylvania
Tredyffrin Public Library
University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery

map showing navigation patterns in a public space
We study how people use and move through spaces to determine the sequencing of information and signage.
We encourage on-site mockups to assess fabrication detailing, placement, luminosity and scale.