Really cool graphics at the new Houston Food Bank

Posted on 15, Jun | Posted by fmgdesign

Now operating from a new, 308,000 square-foot facility, the Houston Food Bank is the nation’s largest size Feeding America food bank and source of food for hunger relief charities in 18 southeast Texas counties. They have been named one of 10 Top-Notch Charities across the nation by Charity Navigator. A network of nearly 500 food […]

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FMG developed Legacy Hall for Silver Cross Hospital

Posted on 15, Jun | Posted by fmgdesign

To celebrate the accomplishments of Silver Cross, both as a historical establishment within the community and as an entity moving forward into the future of healthcare, FMG proposed and designed display kiosks that became permanent fixtures within the new Silver Cross Hospital in Joliet, Illinois. The kiosks were planned and designed as glass panels, elegantly […]

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Placemaking and wayfinding for Rapides Regional Medical Center

Posted on 15, Jun | Posted by fmgdesign

FMG has been retained to assess, design and develop a campus-wide placemaking, environmental graphics and wayfinding program for Rapides Regional Medical Center in Alexandria, Louisiana. The studio will also be developing a new logo and brand identity program for the health system. Founded in 1903 at the corner of Second and Lee streets in Alexandria, […]

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Greenlink Rolls into Downtown Houston with design by FMG

Posted on 15, Jun | Posted by fmgdesign

Downtown’s new free bus service, Greenlink, rolled out Monday, June 11. Through a partnership between the Downtown District, BG Group and Houston First Corporation, the downtown community can utilize the environmentally friendly buses to get them to popular downtown locations quickly. [as reported by Lauren Covington with Plugged In – Houston Downtown District] Seven buses will operate Monday through Friday, 6:30 a.m. to […]

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The new green Houston Permitting Center

Posted on 15, Jun | Posted by fmgdesign

Studio RED Architects recently completed the design for the new City of Houston Central Permitting Center. The center, which opened last, was designed by the Studio RED team to be functional, sustainable and economically feasible. Through the renovation of the 86-year old former rice warehouse, the city will see substantial savings over the cost of a new […]

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