David Gibson is co-founder and managing principal of Two Twelve. His dedication to delivering thoughtful, user-centered design established the firm’s reputation as the first advocate of “public information design,” the planning and presentation of complex information to diverse audiences.
David is responsible for some of the firm’s highest profile projects including wayfinding and signage design for the Yale University campus and Radio City Music Hall; master planning and environmental graphic design for Boston Children’s Hospital and Massachusetts General Hospital; and recently wayfinding for Battery Park City, Grounds for Sculpture, Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, and Princeton University.
An internationally recognized and published designer, David began his career with the Ontario Ministry of National Resources in his native Canada. He studied architecture at Cornell University, attended NSCAD University, and received an MFA in graphic design from Yale University.