Meyer, a national award-winning architecture and design firm, on Tuesday announced it launched new brand identity and website, reflecting the firm’s renewed mission “to create possibilities for people to be and belong” in its next stage of growth. The distinct new look and feel reflects Meyer’s evolution as a best-in-class national design firm with a deep bench of industry leaders spanning many practice areas and disciplines from coast to coast.
Meyer, whose projects include the new BeiGene U.S. headquarters in Hopewell, is growth-focused and uniquely led by a tenured, diverse group of business experts and design principals whose leadership philosophy is built around the power of relationships and driven by a desire to create spaces where all people can thrive.
The firm, led by President Alicia Karr, has transitioned in recent years from a private ownership to a proud Employee Stock Ownership Plan firm, and its architecture entity, Meyer Architects, in February announced its national certification as a Minority Owned Business by the EMSDC, a regional certifying partner of the National Minority Supplier Development Council.
The new website captures Meyer’s people-first design approach and expansive portfolio across industries, while also reflecting the firm’s 47-year history of design excellence. Meyer’s commitment to this next stage of growth is reflected in the firm’s renewed mission “to create possibilities for people to be and belong.”
The firm’s expansive portfolio spans corporate, senior living, multifamily, active adult, life science, higher education and health care markets nationwide.
“This rebrand is an opportunity for us to showcase who Meyer is today and to honor the work that brought us here,” Karr said. “We are driven by over 40 years of excellence, and as our services and capabilities continue to evolve and diversify, so do we.”s in the architecture field.
The new website and rebrand was led by Whitepenny, a full-service brand and digital strategy firm based in Haddonfield.