Brown University Dyer Street Signage

198 Dyer Street is a 41,000 square foot, two-story, stucco building constructed around 1948. DBVW Architects designed the renovation of the first floor to house Brown University’s School of Professional Studies. The firm then renovated the second floor for Brown University’s Department of Admission. The project included exterior and interior signage design for the entire building. All signage is reflective of the University’s overall standards and brand.

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“Early on, (DBVW Architects) took the time to ensure a thorough understanding of our work, our aspirations, concerns and expectations for the new space. They converted this understanding into excellent early designs and then worked diligently and responsively to modify the designs according to new information, questions from the staff and budgetary issues.”

- Karen Sibley, Brown University, Vice President for Strategic Initiatives & Dean, School of Professional Studies