Johns Hopkins Press, Interior Displays and Signage
Wall Display
Main Lobby WallInterior Wall Display 1
Elevator Lobby Gilman Wall DisplayInterior Wall Display 2
Elevator lobby 2Rear entrance wall
Gilman quote

America’s first academic publisher, the Johns Hopkins University Press has been located in a number of places on and near the Homewood campus in its 130-plus years. Its new long-term home in the 2700 block of North Charles Street was originally a church, built in the late 19th century. We were tasked with the assignment of creating permanent exhibits for the building’s interior that reflected the history of both the Press and the building, as well as the technology-oriented Press of today. We worked to make interior displays take on a museum look, with some huge graphics and three-dimensional displays on would-be conventional wall panels.