Designed by world-renowned architect Cesar Pelli, the new Minneapolis Public Library needed a comprehensive wayfinding plan and aesthetically beautiful signage.
This multi-use office building in Minneapolis was working to achieve LEED certification. To receive additional points toward certification, Yorktown Offices would have to inform building residents and visitors about LEED certification and the steps being taken to achieve it.
When the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA) underwent a major renovation and expansion, it turned to Larsen for signage that would help tie together architecturally disparate spaces.
The 95-year old Landmark Center, once a courthouse and then a post office, is now a cultural center calling for attention.
When growth led Applied Materials to build three new facilities in Southeast Asia, the semiconductor manufacturing giant enlisted Larsen to create a series of display graphics for visitor spaces in each building.
As part of the redevelopment of the downtown Riverfront District, Larsen created vehicle, parking, pedestrian, and identity gateway signage.
The Guthrie, one of the preeminent theaters nationally and internationally, opened its new theater center in the summer of 2006 with Larsen signage.
With the much-anticipated return of college football to its Twin Cities campus, the University of Minnesota needed signage and specialty graphics for the TCF Bank Stadium that would guide visitors, build game day excitement, and instill pride in Gopher football.