Project: Mission-Vision & Donor Recognition Walls
Client: The MIND Center at University of Mississippi Medical Center
Using neuron imagery as inspiration, Kiyomi designed a 57-ft entry wall to denote the organization's brand, communicate their mission/vision, and honor their generous donors. Subtle background colors work in harmony with the surrounding environment, while bold colors based on brain scans draw attention to the donor wall. Donor names are etched and painted onto fused glass ovals that can be moved or added as needed. Light is used in the square entry sign, the stained glass portrait of Gertrude C. Ford, in tier headings, and small domes that allow light to travel along the wall. Imagery from these focal walls in the research center is also applied in the clinic's lobby, where the organization's mission is shared with its visitors.