All Healthcare + Education University of Denver Newman Center

University of Denver Newman Center

ArtHouse Design created a comprehensive wayfinding and brand-positioning program for the University of Denver, a top higher education institution in Denver founded in 1864.

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Denver, CO

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ArtHouse also created interior and exterior signage elements, donor recognition installations, monumental building identifiers, logos, banners and branded walkways for their 125-acre campus. The University of Denver is the oldest private university in the Rocky Mountain region and has many distinctive programs and buildings, creating the need for a unifying wayfinding program that still allows for separate identities between the different schools and among the differing architectural styles.

ArtHouse has designed logos and signage for the Robert and Judy Newman Center for the Performing Arts and the renowned Iliff School of Theology. Additionally, ArtHouse designed a donor recognition installation for the Graduate School of Social Work, wayfinding and signage for the Sturm College of Law and the Daniel L. Ritchie Center, and general campus signage and wayfinding. ArtHouse’s prominent role in shaping this urban campus has helped to define the boundaries of a school that is crossed by busy city streets and that spans residential neighborhoods and key business districts.