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What is Wayfinding? Part 2: The City As A Model

This is Part 2 in a 4 part series called What is Wayfinding? You can read Part 1 here, and check the blog next week for Part 3: Wayfinding Is More Than Just Signage. In the 1960s an educator and…

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What is Wayfinding? Part 1: It’s All About Human Needs

This is Part 1 in a 4 part series titled What is Wayfinding? Check the blog next week for Part 2: The City as a Model. What is Wayfinding? It’s a simple question that seems like it should yield a fairly…

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Retail Renaissance: Updates from Latin American

October 15, 2018 Conversation, Journal 1 Comment

By Harry Mark, FAIA Last week I was in Cartagena, Colombia to attend the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) annual conference focusing on Latin America and the Caribbean. It was enlightening to be a part of conversations that recognized…

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It’s Time to Redefine “Architectural Graphic Design”

October 8, 2018 Conversation, Journal 2 Comments

  by Harry Mark, FAIA Studying for my architecture undergraduate degree there were countless books that influenced (and continue to influence) my way of thinking about architecture, space, and design… Complexity and Contradiction in Architecture (Venturi), For an Architecture of Reality…

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Global Persepctive at Del Amo Fashion Center

Global Persepctive on Local Retail : Repositioning Del Amo Fashion Center The Del Amo Fashion Center Sets Sail for International Impact The Los Angeles suburb of Torrance is not known as an international city, but recent shopping trends indicate otherwise.…

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Using Public Art to Add Value to Projects

February 24, 2016 Community, Journal 0 Comments

USING PUBLIC ART TO ADD VALUE TO PROJECTS You’ve probably seen them at some point in your life, standing boldly on a curbside, emblazoned with a state flag or bright graphics and typographic statements– the Cows. The Cow Parade is…

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Shaping A Coastal Identity – Pacific City and RSM Design

February 2, 2016 Community, Graphics, Inspiration, Journal

SHAPING A COASTAL IDENTITY - PACIFIC CITY AND RSM DESIGN Historically, Pacific City was the maiden name of the California village that would eventually become Huntington Beach. Over the span of about 7 years, RSM Design worked with various project owners to…

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