The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis
Amri Studio created seven stories of tribute and dedication plaques, donor recognition walls, inspirational signage, and a major central art glass donor recognition sculpture to honor the work at this world-renowned Research Center for spinal cord injury. The centerpiece of this installation is an 8-foot-high, free-standing, carved crystal sculpture, partly inspired by a painting by visionary artist Alex Grey. Set in the very center of a building that is shaped like a human vertebra and has a floor plan laid out to mirror the human body, this sculpture surges upward, echoing the Miami Project's heartfelt mission and compelling logo of a person rising upright out of a wheelchair.
Winner, National Honors Award for Interior Graphic Design, awarded by the Society of Environmental Graphic Design