TED Elevate

A Spotlight for
Canadian Parks
 

With 16 other students, I helped design environmental graphics for ELEVATE for the TED2016 conference in Vancouver. Inspired by high-alpine shelters and the backcountry winter experience that BC mountains offer, the ELEVATE huts provide a special platform and a unique point of conversation for TEDsters to share ideas between various sessions of the conference. The ELEVATE shelters – each 16 feet by 30 feet long – were designed using LVL (Laminated Veneer Lumber), a mass timber product donated by METSÄ. The structures were fabricated with CNC technology and erected on site in two days.

Design Build Research (DBR) is a registered non-profit organization facilitated by MGA. It is independent from academic institutions, and provides hands-on design experience for students, recent grads and retired architects from architecture and interior design.

Name
Brand Identity
Signage

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Selected Works

Getting the Word OutExhibit Design

PayByPhoneArt Direction, Design

Jar RestaurantBranding

Megaphone MagazineBranding, Print

T3 MinneapolisBranding, Wayfinding

Megaphone AppUI Design

Bottoms UpExhibit Design

600SQDesign, Furniture

Akshay TyagiBranding, Signage

Vancouver Island Regional LibraryBrand, Print, Wayfinding

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