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2015-16 Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship Winners

Marking the 20th anniversary of the Worldstudio AIGA Scholarship program, we are thrilled to announce that the newest winners have been chosen for 2015-2016. Fred Lameck overcame the threat of being bullied to pursue his interest in visual design. He has since leveraged this passion while working with leading LGBT nonprofits in the promotion of. Read More »


Worldstudio’s initiative Design Ignites Change was honored with a MAKINGOODESIGN Award which recognizes organizations in New York City that design for social impact. The awards were celebrated at the 2nd annual Good-Maker Party on May 20th. The award recipients represented public art, design, and community revitalization efforts across the city including: The Center for Urban. Read More »

Celebrating 100 years of design

To promote the AIGA Centennial in 2014, Worldstudio conceived “Celebrating AIGA 1914 – 2014.” Leading designers from across the United States were asked to select one year from the 10 decades of AIGA’s history and make a social, political or cultural statement about that year to help commemorate this milestone for the country’s largest professional. Read More »

Showcasing the creative individuals of the Garment District

The Garment District, in the heart of mid-town Manhattan, has traditionally been the home of America’s fashion industry. As manufacturing has moved overseas the make-up of the district has evolved to be more diverse, attracting a range of creative business, restaurants and upscale hotels. For an outdoor exhibition, celebrating the businesses that have recently made. Read More »

Studying the healthy benefits of green affordable housing

Green housing helps the environment, but it can also improve the health of residents. Healthy Home, Happy Kids is a study to evaluate the effects of living in green affordable housing on children’s health, especially kids living with asthma. The study is being led by Enterprise Community Partners – one of the largest developers of affordable housing in the. Read More »

Improving community resiliency in the face of a natural disaster

Superstorm Sandy was the second-costliest hurricane in US history. The engineering firm URS was contracted by New York State to develop a series of infrastructure projects to protect and improve the resiliency of shoreline communities in Nassau County. Through a series of educational open houses, URS worked closely with local residents to prioritize projects specific. Read More »