New York University School of Social and Cultural Analysis

New York University School of Social and Cultural Analysis

Transdisciplinary program develops a location to bring all offerings together

Graphics and branding for the new Social and Cultural Analysis department was inspired by fragmentation of words and surfaces. Through collaboration with LTL Architects, a clever storage system was developed as a means for displaying professors books and acting as office signage throughout the floor. Large scale sliding panels welcome visitors and function as a backdrop for events in reception. Two niches at either end of the floor important dates in history provided by professors of the department and a headshot wall featuring their portraits.

Awards and Publications
Interior Design Magazine, September 2009
Interior Design Magazine’s Best of Year, December 2009
Communication Arts, Typography Annual 1, January/February 2011 issue
segdDesign, Issue 35

Michael Moran

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