Exhibition Identity
Experience Design
Local Projects

CD: Jake Barton
PM: Naomi Seixas, Charlotte Harris
with: Karen Vanderbilt, Peter Vikar, Nathan Adkisson, Eric Mika

Local Projects worked with philanthropist Ann Friedman and her team to transform the Franklin School, a National Historical Landmark, located six blocks from the White House into Planet Word, the world's first voice-activated museum of language. Through ten immersive learning galleries, visitors can use their voices to interact and engage with exhibits while hearing from a diverse international cast of leaders, authors, and everyday people who share what language means to them.

duy pham is a Vietnamese canadian graphic designer and art director, originally from saigon and now based in New york city.
he specializes in visual identity and experience design at the intersection of art and culture, and believes in the transformative power of building emotional connections between people, places, and ideas.

duy previously worked at bruce mau design, local projects, and 2x4.
he is also a collector of comme des garçons and objects of curiosity.
contact: duyphamk at gmail dot com