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YGD's 2019 Project Roundup

Posted by Cat Gilbert on 18 Dec 2019

This year has brought us a wealth of new and innovative projects that we were able to really stretch our design legs on. From an office building and hotel in Boston to a Dog Museum in New York, your creativity inspired us to reach new levels of cool design in workplace, hospitality, retail and more. Thank you for allowing us to build these dreams. 

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Topics: ygd, yellow goat design, american kennel club, sculpture, custom, lighting, museum of the dog, patina restaurant, dreams, the parlour, convene, 365 nicollet, one beacon, eleve, scottsdale fashion square, cambria boston, browns shoes, wells fargo tower, swissotel chicago, hotel x toronto, hoyts cinema, the jacquard marriott, sycuan, the parlour toronto, patina at customs house

It's Puppy Love...

Posted by Cat Gilbert on 14 Feb 2019


Project: American Kennel Club, Museum of the Dog
Designed by Gensler NYC 
Fabricated by Yellow Goat Design

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!) 

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Topics: ygd, yellow goat design, american kennel club, gensler, ny, nyc, sculpture, dogs, led, custom, lighting, museum of the dog, wireframe

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