Stephen Doyle won the Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Award for Communication in 2010 for his “ability to give words a deeper meaning.” Doyle Partners, focuses on creating work across a broad spectrum, from branding to packaging, architectural signage to site-specific installations, illustrations to animations.


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Stephen Doyle won the Cooper-Hewitt’s National Design Award for Communication in 2010 for his “ability to give words a deeper meaning.” Doyle Partners, a design studio of ten, focuses on creating work across a broad spectrum, from branding to packaging, architectural signage and wayfinding to site-specific installations, illustrations to animations. At the moment, the studio is designing for two New York City parks, Heritage Field, on the site of the old Yankee Stadium in the Bronx, and at the Battery, as well as a new skin for Toronto’s 72-story 1963 skyscraper First Canadian Place — at a quarter of a mile high, our largest packaging project to date. Also on the boards is collaborating with Ned Kahn for a skin for a new shark tank at the New York Aquarium at Coney Island.


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