The University of Virginia School of Law was founded by Thomas Jefferson as one of the original subjects taught at his “academical village.”
The school was undergoing a major expansion which involved numerous donor gifts. CG’s recognition elements commemorate a wide range of giving levels for both annual fundraising and capital campaigns. Floor medallions in granite, slate and bronze honor major contributors to the new building. Other elements combine bronze and etched glass.
Comprehensive environmental graphics for the new law school facility also contribute to the overall building identity, providing identiﬁcation and direction.
Notable: Special lighting was added to highlight the major donor pieces.
- Ayers Saint Gross