This identity system for the University of Hawaiʻi School of Architecture utilizes a single commercial press sheet divided into 8.5×11, 11×17, + 17×22 as a template that can be used interchangeably front and back. When the individual parts are folded (indexing paper folding as an Eastern tradition) they reveal different perspectives and multiple uses that are not obvious until explored. This interchangeability of forms as well as the folding, exemplifies the fluidity of interchange between East and West, and becomes attentive to the environment and issues of sustainability.
Group Project by Adine Close, John Bennet Cruz, Hao In Kuan and Yonghao Yan.
AIGA International (Re)Design Awards | 1st Place | Oct. 2011
AAF Hawaiʻi Addy Awards | Pele Gold | Mar. 2011
Adobe Design Achievement Awards | Semi-Finalist | Aug. 2010