Project Projects is an award-winning design studio specializing in work for art, architecture, education, and culture. Combining a conceptual and strategic approach with progressive modes of visual communication, the studio’s practice encompasses the full range of contemporary graphic media—from books, exhibitions, magazines, and printed materials, to branding, signage, events, and interactive applications. The studio’s work extends to editing and publishing books, curating exhibitions, and developing programs around a range of subjects. In recognition of its achievements, Project Projects was awarded the Cooper Hewitt’s 2015 National Design Award in Communication Design, the United States’ highest distinction in the field.
The studio’s client list ranges from museums and non-profit art spaces to publishers, architecture firms, universities and research organizations, fashion houses, private institutions, individual artists, and more. Selected clients include Art Institute of Chicago, Asia Art Archive, Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies, Berkeley Art Museum / Pacific Film Archive, Canadian Centre for Architecture, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Guggenheim Museum, Harvard GSD, The Jewish Museum (New York), M+, Modern Weekly (Shanghai), The Museum of Modern Art, National Museum of China, National Park Service, New Museum, Para Site, Phaidon, Princeton Architectural Press, PYE, The Renaissance Society at the University of Chicago, RISD Museum, SALT (Istanbul), Seattle Art Fair, Van Alen Institute, Vera List Center for Art & Politics, Whitney Museum of American Art, WORKac, and the Yale University Art Gallery.