Friedman Fine Art is pleased to announce the completion of the graphics program for Google’s new Chicago facility. The project incorporated sculpture, graphic design and fabrication.
Details of the project are illustrated below.
Friedman Fine Art worked with a Chicago metal artist to fabricate a
stylized city skyline out of bent and welded painted steel rods.
The design concept for the project was to create a “TECH STOP”. Similar in look to the Blue Line on Chicago’s CTA maps the Tech Stop theme is tied together by a blue line running through all the interior architectural elements including the wall covering, glass dividers and floor.
Friedman Fine Art worked with a Chicago graphic artist recreating the entire downtown skyline in a stylized Vector graphic referencing photographs to depict each building’s particular architectural detail.
Lintec film applied to glass partitions continues the theme.
Painted Sintra letters and graphic elements pinned to wall.
Wherever possible the materials used were LEED certified to adhere to the firm’s “green” initiative.