University of Kansas

Branding + Signage Design + Fabrication

For the first time since 1966, The University of Kansas built new residence halls (Oswald, Self and Daisy Hill Commons) which opened during 2015. For this multi-million-dollar masterpiece, they needed to incorporate the KU brand, student life, historical references and donor information.

Dimensional Innovations was awarded the contract to work with the KU Design and Construction Group, KU Student Housing and KU Admissions to design, develop, fabricate and install signage, graphics, artistic and historically significant pieces within the new building.

The original art pieces in the space were envisioned to capture the traditions which tie generations of Jayhawks to a lifetime of love and pride for the University of Kansas.

Images and information were contributed by KUHistory.com, Kenneth Spencer Research Library, the University of Kansas Libraries, Spencer Museum of Art, the Lawrence Journal-World.

…the Hy-Vee Hot Zone is a memorable experience because of some of the elements that were implemented for the first time; such as the use of the fire in the stage and signage, the Airstream, and the heavy use of technology in the space.

Daniel Willrich, AIA, Asst. Director, Store Architecture Hy-Vee, inc

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