Janke is once again excited to team up with Texas A&M University San Antonio to design a series of interior experiential storytelling opportunities commemorating the University’s history and the journey of each graduating class depicted through photos. The experiences will feature a modular 360 degree timeline consisting of video storytelling, historical artifacts, and a series of class photo collages and […]
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Located in a prime downtown Austin location, the 25-story 405 Colorado office tower development, unlike any other, will be providing tenants with a seamless transition from life outside the office, to a creative work environment inside the office. Janke is excited to have been awarded the project and being a part of the design team providing the […]
Janke is proud to team with Jacobs Architecture, a legacy client of nearly 20 years, to design the experiential graphics program for Texas Facilities Commission’s new 400,000 sq. ft, 9-level, $155M+ North Austin Campus development.
Janke recently wrapped up a collaboration with ryb studios to create the brand identity and interior experiential graphics for a new and one-of-a-kind bar in downtown Austin, TX.
The bar, Academia, is the brainchild of the 2012 Night Club & Bar Bartender of the Year and acclaimed mixologist from TV’s Bar Rescue hit show, Russell Davis. Designed as a destination for literary thinkers, the bar will feature handmade craft cocktails and will use cognitive psychology to “exalt those most positive effects of creativity and eloquence.” Specialty sound playlists, custom lighting and other cutting edge techniques will work together to trigger memories and evoke emotions.
Janke was tasked with creating the brand identity for the establishment that would give it a look of class, sophistication, and an Ivy League presence. After all, the inspiration came from some of history’s greatest writers, Ernest Hemingway, Dorothy Parker, Hunter S. Thompson.