Vonn Weisenberger is a multidisciplinary designer in New York City with a background in planning, architecture, exhibitions, and graphic design.

Vonn has utilized his wide range of skills to impact all areas of design — from concept to construction — at multidisciplinary firms including SKOLNICK, Rockwell Group, and Pure+Applied. Vonn has made significant contributions to a range of projects in the areas of planning, architecture and interiors, exhibitions, furniture and products, signage and wayfinding, and print and digital graphics.

Vonn focuses on civic and cultural projects for the public good, practicing design that empowers diverse audiences to explore vital stories, create and activate meaningful spaces, and enrich community life. He combines his expertise and enthusiasm with a deep appreciation for the importance of working collaboratively, and developing project- and site-specific solutions.

Recent work includes:

The new London Children's Museum, located in the historic Kellogg’s cereal factory, with over 35,000 square feet of open-concept space where children and families can learn and grow.

Related Santa Clara, a 9.2 million square foot development in Silicon Valley, and the design of the neighborhood's cultural hub and public food market, with Rockwell Group in collaboration with Foster+Partners.

The 2019 master plan for the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. with the Pure+Applied Team.

The Brooklyn Historical Society’s new satellite museum, BHS DUMBO, located in the revitalized Empire Stores warehouse, and its inaugural long-term exhibition, Waterfront with Pure+Applied.


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