Media-Objectives received two SEGD Global Design Awards in 2019. The YouTube Lobby received a Merit Award in the ‘Interactive Experience’ category, and Cal Poly student housing a Merit Award in the ‘Placemaking and Identity.’
This year our offices out west got together for the annual outing. Our teams from Palo Alto, San Francisco, and Denver took a bus to the Santa Cruz Mountains for a zip line eco-adventure through the redwood forest.
Valerio Dewalt Train, Obscura Digital and Vornado Realty have partnered to design and implement a permanent projection system that will illuminate theMART building in Chicago with large-scale visual artistry on a nightly basis. This will be the largest permanent projection system in the world.
This year our Chicago office decided to break from tradition and switch our yearly Golf tournament for a boat cruise. It was an afternoon filled with unforgettable views of the Air and Water Show along with countless games of bags. Family and Friends of the firm then joined us at a BBQ hosted by Joe Valerio, where our in-house band performed. We would like to thank our organizers, Jake Emery and Rochelle Therrien, the staff from Searl Lamaster Howe Architects, and everyone else that joined us.
Chicago’s ‘Art on theMart’ will publicly display artwork on a historically significant facade by the river-walk. Find out how Vornado Realty and Obscura Digital collaborated with Valerio Dewalt Train on this historic event.
Principal Randall Mattheis explores the connections between the existing buildings and Gordon Parks Arts Hall, showing how all of the arts congregate to encourage multidisciplinary collaboration between the students and faculty.
Valerio Dewalt Train were among 50 designers who presented ideas at the 'Between States' exhibition at the Architecture Foundation in Chicago. Read all about how our team envisioned a transformation of the Chicago Manufacturing District.
Public representation in the AEC industry is an ongoing challenge, which is why many of our staff at VDT feel it so important to assist the ACE Mentor Program. Read all about how ACE helped its alumni Walmer Saavedra gain a foothold in the field of architecture.