We’ve got a new website and it is the perfect design-savvy home for our showstopping collections. It’s got lots to offer - improved browsing experience, a plethora of updated projects, downloads, videos and more! Check out a short video demo here or GO SEE IT FOR YOUR SELF!
We’re so pleased to welcome Lauren Lambalot to the YGD team as our newest Design and Sales Coordinator! Lauren comes from a history of art (literally!) with a BFA in Art History and previous positions at Wendover Art Group, WayFair, and as a Curatorial and Gallery Assistant in Martha’s Vineyard and Italy. While originally from Boston, Lauren now resides in the Atlanta area. When she's not dishing out great design development services to all the Hotlanta residents, you can find her practicing yoga or checking out a new restaurant along the Beltline.
We're taking it to the next level this week with US CEO Carey Schuster at Hospitality Design Magazine's ELEVATE conference tomorrow! Besides soaking in all the great inspiration, Carey will be giving a brief glimpse into how we elevate our brand. Don't miss it!
Managing money means being flexible so it's no wonder the shape of the parallelogram was used to reflect the adaptive culture of Baird Asset Management in NYC. It’s also no surprise that Gensler NY was the design firm of choice for their tricky workplace lobby space. The unique length of the room required flexibility and a little ingenuity to create a piece that maintained Gensler's high design standards while also filling up the length of the room. Yellow Goat's custom Cirrus fixture is a key player in adapting to the demanding shape and also reflecting the client’s key request that the fixture artistically reflect the parallelogram look of Baird’s logo without being too literal. Gensler worked directly with YGD to fulfill both requests…
Anything is PAWSIBLE in New York City, including the opening of a brand new dazzling museum devoted entirely to DOGS! The American Kennel Club's Museum of the Dog has relocated to a prime spot at 101 Park Ave in New York City and Yellow Goat Design has a prominently placed "doggie in the window" for all of NYC to see! Working with Gensler NYC on the design, Yellow Goat and Gensler went through several iterations (including mesh and metal rods) before settling on the iconic wireframe pup you see placed strategically at the forefront of the museum. The dog’s position gazing out of the window represents both the nature of dogs and stands as a beacon welcoming visitors to the museum. The powder coated frame can be lit with LED's to change the color and the mood (just like the empire state building!)