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Bruce Mau Featured in Crain's Chicago Business

Bruce Mau, founder of Bruce Mau Design and a distinguished fellow at McCormick's Segal Design Institute, has been featured in an article in Crain's Chicago Business.
 
Known for tackling a wide range of design challenges with out-of-the-box approaches, Mau has designed everything from brand identities to museum exhibitions to communications strategies for the nation of Guatamala. Mau is also the founder of the Institute Without Boundaries, a Toronto-based interdisciplinary postgraduate program that teaches innovative design strategies. The Institute's first project, "Massive Change: The Future of Global Design," showed at Chicago's Museum of Contemporary Art in 2006.
 
The success of that exhibit spurred Mau's decision to move to Chicago's northern suburbs, where he now owns a home.
 
“In Chicago, there's an engagement with design that I never experienced anywhere else,” Mau told Crain's Chicago Business.