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Landor first donated our strategic expertise to the Memorial & Museum in July 2007 as part of our annual founder's-day celebration. Our entire New York office participated in a Brand Driverâ„¢ workshop on the organization's behalf. Its leaders were so impressed with our ideas that they called on us again in February 2009.
We created a new 9/11 memorial identity that is effective in its simplicity. This idea was the guiding principle of our work and informed the type choice, weight, color, and arrangement. Finding a balance between a compelling visual style and the proper tone and mood for the memorial was important. The typography is modern yet timeless, and the eleven is crafted from two austere blue rectangles that reference the shapes missing from the New York City skyline. Combining the date with the building silhouettes creates an essential connection in people's minds. It is also elegant: a characteristic required by a historical institution whose role is remembrance and education.
Uploaded on October 2, 2010
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National September 11 Memorial & Museum
In August 2006, the World Trade Center Memorial Foundation and the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey began heavy construction on the National September 11 Memorial & Museum. The Memorial will be located at the World Trade Center site, on the former location of the two towers destroyed during the September 11 attacks in 2001. The World Trade Center Memorial Foundation was renamed the National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center in 2007. The winner of the World Trade Center Site Memorial Competition was Israeli-American architect Michael Arad of Handel Architects, a New York and San Francisco-based firm. Arad worked with landscape architecture firm Peter Walker and Partners on the design which calls for a forest of trees with two square pools in the center, where the Twin Towers once stood.