nick groh

Nick holds a Bachelor of Science in Graphic Design from the University of Cincinnati, College of Design, Architecture, Art and Planning (DAAP).

Nick has over 24 years of design experience to contribute to Linespace, as he is a founding partner for the firm. His graphic design expertise in brand identity, environmental graphics, and wayfinding is invaluable to the group.

Prior to founding Linespace, Nick worked in the industry for a combined 14 years with Pentagram, Selbert Perkins Design, and 212 Associates. In 1995 Nick was hired by the McCully Group to lead the design of the Amtrak Graphic Signage Standards Manual. It was accepted into the AIGA Design Achieves in 1996 in the category of Information Graphics. Monumentally recognized, he was senior design director for the LAX Enhancements Project, which included the LAX Gateway. Recently Santa Clara County Parks Sign Guidelines and Standards Manual was selected for the Merit Award–Planning, under the California Trails and Greenways Conference Award Program. Other significant projects include an identity & wayfinding system for the El Monte Metro Transit Center, USC Health Sciences Master Plan; environmental design & wayfinding for the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles.