10,600 Acres of Scouting

The team at RSM is honored to be a part of the next century of Scouting and a project initiative that will take both present and future Scouts to a high adventure camp located near the New River Gorge of…

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15 Years of RSM

October 30, 2012 Fun 0 Comments

In 2012, Redmond Schwartz Mark Design celebrated it 15th year with a fun and funky formal. Here's to many more years to come…

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On the Boards

RSM is currently working on some new and exciting projects across the globe. @SOL- Solingen, Germany Europark- Dalian, China Mukul- Guacalito, Nicaragua Collection- Oxnard, CA Goodzone- Kashirskoye, Russia ...and several more around the world!

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The Bund

The Wanda Plaza at the Bund in Shanghai is the next flagship plaza for one of China's leading retail developers, Dalian Wanda Group. RSM was invited to join HPP Architects to design a unique and iconic brand for the center,…

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Architype Review Wins Silver in Web Design Awards

February 23, 2012 News + Noteworthy

In celebration of its 5th year on-line, the architectural web publication ArchitypeReview was given a complete design, branding and functionality overhaul in a collaboration between RSM and LJG Partners. The site proudly took home a silver design award out of…

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RSM Welcomes New Members to the Team!

February 23, 2012 RSM 160

We are thrilled to announce the addition of three new, talented and vibrantly unique designers to our creative team! Meet Marianne Caupers, Jeff Hertzler and Leon Wood… Marianne comes to us from Lisbon, Portugal. Born in Paris and raised in…

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5th Annual Chili Cook Off Gets Heated!

February 23, 2012 Fun

The Friday before Super Bowl weekend, as has become the tradition, members of the RSM team participated in the annual Chili Cook-Off. Six chili entries simmered throughout the morning filling the office with mouthwatering and somewhat distracting, rich and spicy…

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Exploring the City of Blades

August 9, 2011 On the Boards, RSM 160 1 Comment

In May, Martin and Suzanne traveled to Solingen, Germany to meet with RSM's Geneva office coordinator, Stefanie Ashton, as well as the rest of the Solingen Shopping project team. The team explored and researched the city and created vision and…

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Around the Globe…

July 7, 2011 On the Boards 2 Comments

The team at RSM Design is excited to announce our latest graphics, signage, and branding projects currently being designed and on the boards... from Tegucigalpa to Chengdu, and many places in between. As we continue to dive into the designs…

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‘Undercover Boss’ Staring UCR Letters

The UCR Chancellor, Tim White, appeared on CBS's 'Undercover Boss' on May 10th. The promo from the episode features the UCR letters RSM designed for the student commons on campus. We're excited to see the sculptural letters have become an…

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Minutes of Fame Remaining … 14

March 29, 2011 Fun, News + Noteworthy 1 Comment

If you've been tuning into NBC on Sunday nights, you might have seen some familiar faces on the new reality TV show, America's Next Great Restaurant. If you blinked, you might have missed us, but we promise... we're there! The…

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Ferrari World, Abu Dhabi Opening

Ferrari World Abu Dhabi, the world's largest indoor theme park and the first and only Ferrari themed park recently opened in November 2010. Located on Yas Island, only a few kilometres from Abu Dhabi city centre, the site hosted the…

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UCR’s Student Union… Completed.

The signage and graphics package designed for the University of California Riverside's Highlander Union Building (HUB) has been completed just in time for the 2010 fall semester. During the commons expansion project, the students on the building committee had asked…

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Nanjing Taiwan Trade Mart Opens

RSM is excited to share images from our latest identity and wayfinding project in China... the Nanjing Taiwan Trade Mart. This open air retail destination is the first mall in China to promote imported goods from Taiwan. The industrial architecture…

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Typographic Lesson: Character Anatomy

October 27, 2010 Inspiration, RSM Lab 0 Comments

Can you tell one typeface from another? Distinguishing the differences between fonts such as Helvetica and Times Roman are fairly obvious, but when comparing other typefaces that are similar in design it is harder for most to see. There is…

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Southlake Wayfinding Wins APA Award

The Texas Chapter of the American Planning Assoication has awarded the "City of Southlake Wayfinding Sign System Plan" with a "2010 Current Planning Award." The American Planning Association is a nonprofit public interest and research organization representing over 39,000 practicing…

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The City of Blades

July 14, 2010 On the Boards 1 Comment

Solingen, called the "City of Blades," renowned for the manufacturing of fine swords, knives, scissors, and razors is the location for one of RSM's international mixed-use projects. Finding inspiration through the cultural landscape and industries of Solingen (heavy machinery, precision…

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RSM Selected for the New SDSU Student Center

July 9, 2010 On the Boards 0 Comments

RSM has been selected as the architectural graphics consultant for the new Aztec Student Center on the San Diego State University campus. Projected to open in late 2013, this new student union building will feature many on campus amenities for…

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Shop, Dine, Wine at UC Davis

Continuing their many projects on college campuses, the design team at RSM is creating an architectural signage and graphics package for the new conference center located on the University of California at Davis campus.  Situated adjacent to the cultural complex…

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“I would like Jane Austen and a jackhammer, please.”

July 8, 2010 On the Boards 0 Comments

The South Berkeley Public Library is quite a unique environment – there aren’t too many places one can check out Jane Austen and a jackhammer in the same location. RSM is excited to be designing the wayfinding and identity program…

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“I can’t see the sign…”

July 8, 2010 RSM Lab 1 Comment

Have you ever wondered how traffic engineers know how tall to make the letters on a freeway sign so that you still won’t miss the exit? Or how far away a person walking in a downtown street will see the…

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Project Updates from China

July 8, 2010 On the Boards 0 Comments

RSM principals Harry Mark and Martin Schwartz have just returned from a two week trip to China, having visited six cities and meeting on five exciting on going graphics projects.  The meetings consisted of project presentations, coordination meetings, signage mock-up…

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World Expo in Shanghai

July 8, 2010 Fun, Inspiration 0 Comments

On their most recent trip to China, Harry and Martin actually stopped working for a day, set the computers aside, put on their most comfortable shoes, and headed out to one of the most exciting Expo events to come along…

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