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Exhibitry: Telling a landscape’s story

In their November issue, SignMedia published an article about Form:Media's work for Batoche National Historic Site. Parks Canada’s multi-faceted goal for this project was to allow the landscape to tell the story of a thriving culture, strengthen ties and serve as a destination. Through a combination of interpretive planning, graphic design and architecture, Form: Media worked with the client and shared management board to achieve this goal.

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Branding Heritage Landscapes

John deWolf's article “Branding Heritage Landscapes: Old Places, New Connections” (P40–45) looks at the challenges Form:Media faced when the landscape is considered special because of its historic or cultural significance. His article explores three UNESCO World Heritage Sites—Old Town Lunenburg, the Landscape of Grand Pré, and Red Bay Basque Whaling Station—where integrity and authenticity are key to our understanding of time.

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Experiencing the Everyday: A Photographic Inquiry

A photo essay by John deWolf explore's student work exploring themes related to the Atmosphere Symposium, and makes connections between theory and the world of the everyday.  “Experiencing the Everyday: A Photographic Inquiry,” a photo essay by John deWolf is published in the November 2013 edition of Interiors Journal.

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