Portfolio

Philanthropy centers:

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    Function and High Design-Philanthropy Centers
    Philanthropy Centers: story-tellers of community giving. All designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Philanthropy Center collage
    Philanthropy Centers: every viewer is a prospective donor. All designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    DCH Cancer Center, Tuscaloosa AL
    Philanthropy Center: Capital Campaign commemoration. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    LeBonheur Philanthropy Center, Memphis TN
    Spinning toys and LCD. An interactive recognition story-telling experience. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    West Georgia Foundation Philanthropy Center
    Philanthropy Center: celebrates and centralizes community giving and its accomplishments. Designed by Robin E. Williams.
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    Greek Orthodox Cathedral, Atlanta
    Greek Orthodox tribute to long traditions of giving to the Cathedral. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Gwinnett Medical Center-South Wall, Lawrenceville, GA
    Philanthropy Center: establish a destination for celebrating giving. This is south side of a larger presentation. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Gwinnett Medical Center-North Wall, Lawrenceville, GA
    Philanthropy Center: a destination for celebrating giving. This is the north side of a fully interchangeable display. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Georgia Institue of Technology Philanthropy Center
    Philanthropy Center: Entire Room is fully interchangeable. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Greenville Hospital System University Medical Center
    Community Philanthropy: fully interchangeable display, created to highlight and honor continued giving. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Metro Atlanta YMCA Philanthropy Center standards
    Celebrating a Community's Philanthropy: Visually engaging, ever current stories of giving and achievements. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Metro Atlanta YMCA
    Visually engaging and highly customizable celebrations of all types of giving for local YMCAs. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Kennesaw State University Lifetime Giving
    Local University: a branded recognition program with varied display types, same "kit of parts." Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    St. Joseph's Hospital, Atlanta Recognition Center
    Philanthropy Centers: create a unified context for story-telling. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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Recognition Program Collages:

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    Philanthropy Centers
    "Philanthropy Center"-a term this firm coined in 1997. Organizations benefit from the unified presentation of all opportunities to become involved. Gifts of time, treasures and talent require integration of various product solutions, all united by visual continuity.
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    Philanthropy Centers
    A Philanthropy Center, by definition, presents donors, their stories and an organization's on-going and deserved needs, all presented within context of each other. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated
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    Phoebe Museum
    Centennial Philanthropy Museum: gifts from community members, partnered with artifacts saved over the years by the hospital, are woven together through the story-telling of a community who gives back.
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Area Naming Programs:

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    Georgia College & State University Campus Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. A piece of jewelry. Georgia College & State University. Manufactured by Honorcraft.
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    Floyd Medical Center, GA Campus Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Floyd Medical Center. Alumicolor image by Matthews International. Manufactured by Chord Studios, Atlanta.
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    University of South Carolina Campus Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated, ImageCast image and cast aluminum plaque by Matthews International.
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    Phoebe Willson Hospice House Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Willson Hospice House. Corian incising and frame construction by Recognition Awards.
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    Greenville Hospital System Campus Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Greenville Hospital System. Frame and Corian incising by PDM, Daytona.
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    Gwinnett Health System Foundation, GA Campus Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Gwinnett Health System Foundation. Corian incising, digitally reproduced image and frame construction by Recognition Awards.
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    Clemson University
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Clemson University. Manufactured by Chord Studios.
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    Nursing Center Naming and Wayfinding
    Designs by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Interior and Exterior Recognition and Sign Programs.
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    Emory University at Oxford GA Campus Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Emory University at Oxford. Incised and color in-filled plate by Matthews International.
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    Bagley College, Mississippi State University Bagley College, Mississippi State University College Standard
    Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Bas Relief, incised and color-infilled plate by Matthews. Frame and program components by Chord Studios, Atlanta.
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    The Citadel
    Design by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Exterior recognition program for The Citadel. Cast Bronze by Matthews International.
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    The Citadel
    Designed and provided by Robin E. Williams Incorporated. Interior recognition program for The Citadel at Courvoisie Banquet Hall.
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Exterior applications:

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    Macon State College Botanical Gardens, GA
    Vandal and weather resistant offering Donor Recognition beauty to compliment their Botanical Gardens. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Clemson University's Conference Center and Golf Course
    Clemson's Madren Conference Center sign program fabricated of pest and mildew-resistant redwood (new growth) for easy maintenance. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Metro Atlanta YMCA baseball field Naming
    Local professional baseball heroes involved with YMCA. Economy and durability do not detract from good graphic design. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Cast Bronze at Gwinnett Medical Center, Duluth GA
    Cast bronze plaque utilizes recognition program's "kit of parts" to create a unique, visual signature via an otherwise common commemorative material like bronze. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Resort theming
    Robin E. Williams' designs for donor recognition and resort graphics share a visual commonality: experiential theming through architectural graphics.
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    Alper Jewish Community Center and Jerusalem Stone
    Alper Jewish Community Center facility naming sign in Miami ties recognition to iconic materials for this organization: Jerusalem stone. Designed Robin E. Williams.
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    Warren Fountain, Miller-Ward Alumni Center, Emory University
    Emory Univeristy Miller-Ward Alumni Center uses cast bronze to establish visual unity between design elements of interior-placed recognition and exterior naming opportunities. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Camp Glisson, Building Naming
    Camp Glisson, a rustic Methodist youth camp recognition program uses weather and vandal resistant materials selected to compliment the natural setting. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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    Camp Glisson, grouped donor display
    Easy change and updating via the use of special suction tools. Camp Glisson, a rustic Methodist youth camp recognition program uses weather and vandal resistant materials selected to compliment the natural setting. Designed by Robin E. Williams Incorporated.
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Specialties:

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    Greenville Health System University Medical Center History display
    History Center, Centennial display.
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    Mount Sinai Medical Center, Miami
    Innovative capacity increase from limited space.
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    Sparrow Foundation History Display
    History of Philanthropy, Centennial Display.
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    Phoebe Putney Memorial Hospital Awards display
    Foster G. McGaw Prize Display Cabinetry.
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    University of Florida Seal at College of Dentistry
    Cast bronze seal made crisp by high-quality production art.
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    Sparrow Foundation Medical Staff Leadership, Lansing, MI
    Client-branded, specialized and readily changeable display.
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    Intrawest Sandestin, Destin,FL
    Wrought iron, themed & designed materially for gulf-front durability.
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    Reunion Council Alumni display, Georgia Institute of Technology
    At Georgia Tech this 20 year old shadow-box designed display has "lasted" because of thoughtful design that includes multiple interior configurations, making each year appear new.
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    The Rutland Center, Clemson University
    Clemson's Donor Recognition Standards and Guidelines in play here for endowed, single-office "Center."
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    Bagley College of Engineering, Mississippi State University
    Donor Recognition branding via College Standards and Guidelines applied at Mississippi State.
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    Slide11
    3-D Sculpting using photographs helps historic imaging visually convey "tradition." In this case, a tradition of giving.
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