St. Louis Experiences New Project Development

Selbert Perkins Design collaborated with The Cordish Companies to create the Signage and Wayfinding Master Plan for St. Louis Ballpark Village in Downtown St. Louis, MO. The development has revitalized and spurred more development in the area.

The $650 million development comprises of 250,000 square feet of retail shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, 400 residential units, 450,000 square feet of office space, and 2,000 parking spaces. The dynamic master plan developed by SPD establishes this new mixed-use district as St. Louis’ premiere entertainment hub, and includes plyon/gateway elements, direction signage, parking signage, educational signage, banners, public art and sculpture, and LED scoreboard.

Recent Projects

City of Long Beach

Long Beach, CA SPD designed the City of Long Beach citywide pedestrian and vehicle wayfinding program, including gateways, parking, coastal access, and digital communications. The new city and neighborhood gateways integrate the Long Beach Brand and can be customized by each neighborhood to celebrate the diversity of the city. Pedestrian

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Boston Children’s Hospital

Pedestrian Bridge and Parking Garage Boston, Massachusetts Selbert Perkins Design designed an integrated art, signage, and donor recognition program for Boston Children’s Hospital to improve the arrival experience for patient families. Art, signage, and donor recognition elements throughout the garage and pedestrian bridge were inspired by patterns in DNA sequencing.

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California State Polytechnic University Pomona

Pomona, CA SPD collaborated with CPP to develop a new brand identity and college seal to reflect the university’s history, mission, and vision for the future. The new identity integrates the letter “C” within an octagon to reflect the eight colleges of the university and the core elements of polytechnic

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