StoryCorps is a nationwide initiative to instruct and inspire citizens to record each other's stories in high-quality audio. Participants receive a CD of their recorded interviews while a copy goes to the Library of Congress for a national oral history archive. StoryCorps' flagship booth was launched at Grand Central Station in October 2003.
The exterior of the StoryBooth has a 3 LCD-panel motion graphics loop that provides dynamic signage.
"Listening Stations", speakers embedded in the side of the architecture encourages people to put their ear against the cube for sample stories.
DECEMBER 2002 - PRESENT
Grand Central Station / World Trade Center / Nationwide
Design Distinction, Environments
ID Magazine Annual Design Review, 2004