Exhibit and Interpretive Design
fd2s developed a comprehensive donor recognition program for the new 500,000-square-foot Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas. The program includes large-scale installations for major donors, secondary donors, and employees, and elements for recognition of donations associated with particular facilities and departments.
The recognition program was conceived as a complete system, rather than as a series of disconnected elements, and was also carefully integrated into the underlying project architecture, which included consideration of how the recognition elements could be utilized as “landmarks” that will support wayfinding efforts.
In addition to creating high-profile recognition elements for outside donors to the new Dell Children’s Medical Center of Central Texas, fd2s also developed a system for recognizing donors to the institution’s employee campaign, and an interpretive wall that explains the history of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, which founded Seton Hospital in 1902.