Experiential Design firm ZEBRADOG of Madison, WI, has recently received national award recognition by CODAworx, for their “Story of Livsreise” video production which features the collaborative design and storytelling efforts orchestrated by ZEBRADOG to create Livsreise Norwegian Heritage Center in Stoughton, Wisconsin.
As a “2016 CODAvideo: Collaboration” finalist, ZEBRADOG’s video will be featured in the famous Octagon Museum, 1799 New York Ave NW, Washington, DC. Designed by the first architect of the United States Capitol, William Thornton, the Octagon Museum is now the home to the Architects Foundation, the philanthropic organization of the American Institute of Architects (AIA), whose mission is to demonstrate the value of architecture through actionable programs in resilience, health, education, and preservation. The best videos in this CODAvideo category celebrate the art and design project teams and their collaborative working relationship.
The video will be on display as a part of the “The CODAworx CODAawards Exhibition” which is free and open to the public from March 23 – October 31, 2017.
More information can be found here on the exhibition:
More information can be found here on the “2016 CODAvideo Collaboration Awards”:
ZEBRADOG, founded in 1994 by Creative Director Mark Schmitz, is a multi-disciplinary Experiential Graphic Design firm specializing in the creation of visitor and guest experience programs for private and public spaces worldwide. ZEBRADOG is located in the historic Sixth Ward Carnegie Library at 1249 Williamson Street, Madison, WI (608) 257-8400.
ZEBRADOG has been recognized internationally for over two decades for their specialized approach to authentic storytelling within the built environments of their clients.
CODAworx was formed in 2012 by Toni Sikes and Terry Maxwell as a global platform to showcase design projects that feature commissioned artwork in interior, architectural, and public spaces.