Donor Recognition

TUFTS UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DENTAL MEDICINE

BOSTON, MA

 
Floor-to-ceiling glass panels combine door identification and donor recognition in a unified design.

The text, Braille and university seal are raised from the blasted surface, which
glows without additional illumination.

Donors of major gifts are individually honored with life-size photographs laminated in glass. A luminous glass recognition wall recalls 30 years of
gifts, with donor names floating over
a carved inspirational quote.
  • Engraved panel in an office window part of the Donor Recognition program
  • Tuts' Donor Recognition program's sign
  • Glass panels part of the Donor Recognition program
  • Wall panel part of Tufts' Donor Recognition Program
  • Wall panel part of Tufts' Donor Recognition Program
  • Zoom on a wall panel

FORCHHEIMER MEDICAL SCIENCE BUILDING

YESHIVA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, NY

Donor recognition benches line the path leading to the building’s entrance.

The custom benches support etched glass slabs with clear raised text.
Inspirational quotes from Albert Einstein are framed by donor names.
  • Panel of glass with inscription set in benches part of the Donor recognition Program
  • Engraved glass panel
  • Zoom on an engraved glass panel

BRANDEIS UNIVERSITY

WALTHAM, MA

 
long-term Donor Recognition Program

We created a translucent partition
to acknowledge future donor gifts
over 20 years.

The annual updates are facilitated
by the modular system.
  • Panels with the names of the donors part of the donor recognition program
  • Zoom on a Donor recognition panel

HEBREW COLLEGE

NEWTON, MA

 
In the quadrangle, the cafeteria skylight was modified to provide a vertical plane which displays donor recognition.

From below, donor names are projected
in light and dance on the walls.

Consistent with this transparency, the overall signage program is made of tempered glass with changeable aluminum inserts.
  • Signage part of the donor recognition program
  • Glass panels part of Hebrew College donor recognition program

ALBERT EINSTEIN COLLEGE OF MEDICINE

YESHIVA UNIVERSITY, NEW YORK, NY

 
Several donor recognition installations consistently utilize the building’s architectural finishes.

Glass letters appear delicately positioned on the glass curtain,
while donor names are carved onto
the granite wall which transverses
the building.

Contrasting with this austerity,
an ebullient design recognizes the Children’s Fund.
  • Signage on a glass door part of the Donor Recognition program
  • Wall with inscription part of the Donor Recognition program
  • Detail of wall with inscription
  • Children's Fund Panel part of the Donor Recognition program
  • Detail of a panel

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