Selbert Perkins Design
For over three decades, Robin Perkins has created some of the world’s most notable landmarks, including the iconic and dramatic Gateway at Los Angeles International Airport in California. Her award-winning work for a diverse array of notable clients can be seen on five continents — including the Americas, Asia, India, Middle East, Africa and the Philippines. Robin has developed a visionary approach to art, design and communications in the built environment. Her creativity and strategic approach have resulted in national and international recognition for design excellence.
Robin is a member of the American Institute of Graphic Arts, the International Sculpture Center, Urban Land Institute, Westside Urban Forum and Women in Architecture. She is a former Board Member of the Society for Environmental Graphic Design (SEGD), Board Member of the Architecture + Design Museum in Los Angeles since 2005, and Juror for the GSA Excellence in Design Awards. Robin has been a jurorand guest speaker at conferences around the world, published worldwide, and honored with a myriad of international awards, including the Los Angeles Business Journal Innovation Award and the SEGD Fellow Award.
Robin’s multidisciplinary design background and visionary approach to environmental graphic design are exemplified by her work for projects such as:
- • Los Angeles World Airports
- • Pacific Design Center
- • Universal Studios
- • University of Southern California
- • Port of Los Angeles
- • Wilshire Grand Center
- • City Creek
- • World of Coca Cola
- • Dallas Cowboys Stadium
- • Downtown Disney
- • The Cosmopolitan Hotel Las Vegas
- • Metro
- • Union Station
Robin is a graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design with a BFA in graphic design, and studied sculpture at the Massachusetts College of Art.