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Poulin + Morris: A Design Partnership Exposed

  • COST

    $20 ($10—BSA, SEGD, and Design Museum members; $5—SEGD student members)


    Design Enthusiasts

Come to BSA Space for an evening with the Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) Fellows and designers Richard Poulin and Douglas Morris for a behind-the-scenes discussion on every aspect of their award-winning design consultant firm, Poulin + Morris Inc. Moderator Sam Aquillano, executive director, Design Museum Foundation, will guide this open and frank discussion to ensure that no questions go unanswered—how they met, how they built their consultant firm, their staff, their clients, their projects, their ups and downs, and their plans for the future.

Richard and Doug have been an influential part of the design community for over twenty-five years, working with architects, interior designers, real estate developers, corporations, and cultural institutions worldwide. Their work for Rowes Wharf, WGBH Headquarters, The Clinton Presidential Library, Smithsonian Institution, Time Warner Center, NPR, Morgan Stanley, Vassar College, and The Franklin Institute—to name a few—are a testament to their enduring contributions to graphic design in the built environment.

After the event, join Richard and Doug for a reception and signing of Richard Poulin’s new book—Archigraphia Redux (Graphis).

BSA members: Use code BSAMEMBER for member pricing.

The Society for Experiential Graphic Design (SEGD) is the global, multidisciplinary community of professionals who plan, design, and build experiences that connect people to place. Consisting of graphic and information designers, fabricators, architects, exhibition designers, technology integrators, interaction designers, brand strategists, students, wayfinding specialists, teachers, and others who have a hand in shaping content-rich, experiential spaces.