Second Century Campaign The Jewish Home Foundation Rockleigh, NJ
Printed acrylic plates, recognizing various donor levels, are mounted on multiple elevations to frosted acrylic backgrounds. Aluminum rosettes cover the mounting hardware.
The logo and rectangular accent pieces are fused glass mounted to an acrylic background. The bottom swoosh is aluminum and fused glass. Satin aluminum letters title the wall.
This interactive digital display donor recognition wall for a school is engaging with a brightly colored acrylic train with moveable beads, wheels, doors and a whistle. Plates are clear Plexiglas with yellow text. The 23" digital screen monitor is mounted in the engine.
One Meal At A Time Filling in the Blanks Norwalk, CT
256- 2 ½” x 8” x ¼” acrylic plates have text and colors printed on the backs. The plates are mounted on multiple elevations.
The background is 3 pieces of 71” x 47 ½” satin aluminum laminated to 3/8” acrylic panels. The logo and title are printed on the background.
A 14” x 9 ½” x ¼” acrylic legend plaque with printed graphics floats from the wall.
Campaign for the Future Oregon Institute of Technology Klamath Falls, OR
¼” thick aluminum and painted acrylic donor plates are mounted to wall mounted stainless steel rods.
4 plaques have graphic images printed on the face. A printed logo and mission plate is mounted on the center rod section.
The title plate is blue painted acrylic with 3” satin aluminum letters
Donor names, the Saint Mary logo and colors are printed on the backs of 3/8” thick acrylic circles. The circles float in front of a 43” x 166” background fabricated from 2 panels of 3/8” acrylic with images printed on the back. The John Smith Stream Academy logo and descriptive copy is printed on the face of a floating 47” x 30” x 3/8” frosted acrylic panel.
2500 names are etched on multi-elevational black and brass panels. A black and white photograph with copy is printed on the back of 3/8" glass and mounted beneath the title text to the center panel with 4 brass button rosettes. Brass and black vertical accent bars separate the panels. Satin brass, Art Deco designs, brass angles and bars frame the wall.
A 65” Interactive touch display system with an integrated computer module displays Wall of Valor award recipients, their achievements, photos and the ability to touch on each recipient to read their bio.
Cast aluminum service medallions, 2 display panels and aluminum letters surround the screen.
1/4" acrylic donor plates have colors printed on the backs and inscriptions printed on the face. Historic campaign donor text is printed on frosted acrylic. The donor plaques are attached to a rod system which is affixed to 5” satin aluminum panels installed above and below the window. Individual 2 3/4" x 3/16” blue aluminum letters title the wall.
Building on Excellence Hudson Valley Hospital Center Cortland Manor, NY
The Building on Excellence Donor Campaign wall is a sweeping recognition design incorporating major donors shown on individual glass plates with 1000 employees and 3000 public donors in listings on the curved edge glass panels and Annual Fund donor names printed on clear acetate and sandwiched between glass and granite panels. Aluminum and wood waves flow through the design.
Members of the NYC Mounted Police Unit, who lost their lives in the line of duty, are memorialized on this magnificent wall.
The triangular etched bronze plaques display the officer’s picture, descriptive text and a replica of their badge.
A 3’ bas-relief cast bronze horse, crossed sabers and 2 horse heads add grandeur to the installation.
Oxidized brass letters title the display.
An interactive Donor wall with a 32” screen with 3 modules: 21st Century, Legacy Society, and the Sophe Heritage Fund. Each module has a static box explaining the campaign and a listing of donors with an option of adding their photo, bio and link to their video. Various size glass plaques are mounted on multi-elevations. Aluminum snap frames for upgradeable photographs are scattered through the design. Satin aluminum letters title the wall. The overall size is approximately 55” x 85”.
Fused glass donor recognition wall was custom designed to highlight multiple donor levels supporting the hospital. Custom, hand sculptured fused glass panels are incorporated throughout Plexiglas and aluminum donor plates of various sizes. Lower donor levels are listed on changeable acetate columns sandwiched between clear Plexiglas. Photographs are incorporated into the design. All of the above are mounted on a 1/4" Plexiglas background cut to the outside shape of the design. Individual satin aluminum letters title the wall.