ITER

It’s the coolest fusion lab you’ve never heard of, but we’re steadfastly working to change that. Formally established in 2007, ITER is an international tokamak (magnetic confinement fusion) engineering project that could help solve the global energy crisis. Just another example of how cutting edge science seems to find its way to Sandbox.

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ITER Newsline 200

ITER Newsline 200

Citing a communications milestone at ITER, issue 200 of ITER Newsline was printed in their now customary broadsheet format. Highlighting news, events, breakthroughs, and everything in between, ITER Newsline 200 showcases the best of the best from the past 18 months. To subscribe to ITER Newsline or to learn more about the fusion pr…   more »

ITER Annual Report + Financial Statements 2010

ITER Annual Report & Financial Statements 2010

Another year at ITER has passed and construction of this future world-altering fusion research facility is in full swing. Once again, Sandbox was asked to design and produce ITER’s ever-increasing-in-size Annual Report and Financial Statements Report. With new imagery to every imaginable detail about how every Euro was s…   more »

ITER Public Inquiry Brochure

ITER Public Inquiry Brochure

When you decide to build the world’s largest fusion tokamak device in the south of France, residents tend to notice and want to be informed. This is where the ITER Public Inquiry Brochure or, en francais, L’en Quete Publique, comes into play. Produced in French and English, this accordion folding brochure explains how t…   more »

ITER Annual Report 2009

ITER Annual Report 2009

With a beautiful array of images shot by Peter Ginter, this annual report almost designed itself. …   more »

Cover: Fall, 2009

ITER Newsline

Created as a special publication to highlight the milestones and accomplishments of ITER from 2006 through 2009. Sandbox worked closely with ITER Communication to flesh the content and introduced the broadsheet format and overall layout as a departure from the standard humdrum booklet or brochure. ITER was “over the moon&…   more »

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