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Dimensional Communications got its start in 1963, when we received our first commission to build a custom exhibit – for the Borden’s Pavilion at the World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York.

In the 50 years since that time, our company has evolved and grown to become a recognized leader in integrated design build solutions. We’re large enough to provide comprehensive, turnkey service, yet small enough to be agile and highly responsive.

The Design Cure: Applying Exhibit Design Expertise to Schools, Libraries, Hospitals, and Airports

People are craving experiences with greater value—experiences that offer a wider range of personal benefits and takeaways than were previously available when the purpose of many public places was more narrowly defined. In this blog, Lee H. Skolnick discusses what the emergence of “edutainment” venues means for exhibit design

Gallagher & Associates Have the Beat

Gallagher & Associates has had the opportunity to work with many partners, communities, and individuals to develop a variety of unforgettable music experiences.

This project’s challenge was to animate a historic architectural treasure—an 1832 Quaker stone barn in Sandy Spring, Maryland—with the stories of those who once inhabited the farm and its community. Howard+Revis were asked to help a 21st-century audience make a personal connection to the daily challenges, failures and triumphs of a bygone era, and re-imagine a time when this heavily populated region was quiet farm country.

In 2015, the Drucker Institute acquired the home of its namesake, management guru Peter Drucker. Drucker, hailed by BusinessWeek as “the man who invented management,” spent his most
productive years in the modest California ranch house, writing more than two dozen books there and counseling generations of leading CEOs and thinkers within its walls. The aim of Drucker
House was not only to preserve the residence as a historical site but also to provide a rich interpretive experience that tells the story of Peter Drucker's life and work.

For over five decades, the Rolling Stones have continually reinvented themselves as musicians, performers and cultural icons, transforming music, art, fashion and popular culture in the process. This incredible legacy is explored in “Exhibitionism: The Rolling Stones,” a major exhibition opened at New York’s Industria Superstudio after a blockbuster run in London. The designers collaborated on the exhibition with producers Tony Cochrane and Thea Jeanes-Cochrane of iEC and curator Ileen Gallagher.

Building a wall between the U.S. and Mexico was a focal point of the 2016 U.S. presidential election; the idea has turned attention to the border between the two countries but ignores the point that they coexist in a complex synergy. Designed in collaboration with FR-EE / Fernando Romero Enterprise in response to the official theme, “Utopia by Design,” “Border City” is the Mexico installation at the first annual London Design Biennale.

Powering the Future is an appealing new destination, en route to the UNESCO heritage site fiingvellir, and located on the banks of the Sog river, where the water that fuels the power station is a present and powerful force.

The Ho-Am Art Museum, located just 24 miles south of Seoul, is home to more than 100 national treasures. Founded in the spring of 1982 by Byung-Chul Lee, founder of Samsung Group, the exhibition is comprised from more than three decades of accumulation of traditional Korean artifacts in Lee’s private collection. To better showcase the artifacts, a ‘Hee-Won’ (a type of traditional Korean garden) was added to the museum and re-launched in 1997 as both a museum and a park.

Coinciding with the opening of the museum’s expanded new building, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art embarked on a profound reexamination of its values, its experience principles and
its relationship to its audiences. The program was expanded and changed, the brand repositioned and the visual identity reimagined. As part of this effort, the institution’s new visual identity, designed by SFMOMA’s in-house design studio, extended its newly conceived visual identity into a cohesive museum-wide exhibition graphics system to support the inaugural opening set of

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