Solomon Group

Solomon Group

Solomon Group is a young company of digital natives that combine high-end fabrication skills with advanced system integration and show control—perfect for the physidigital exhibit world we’re fast approaching. We’re a studio full of artists, designers, craftsman, strategists, innovators, dreamers, and doers. We are where technology and art meet.

For permanent Exhibits and Environments, we offer a single-source solution that delivers unparalleled craftsmanship in the areas of audio-visual integration and fabrication for museums and themed environments.

Planet Word: The World's First Voice Activated Museum

Planet Word: The World's First Voice Activated Museum Photo credit: Planet Word

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The landmark Franklin School Building in Washington, DC, now houses Planet Word, the world’s first voice-activated museum celebrating the “the power, beauty, and fun of language." SEGD contributor Franck Mercurio recently spoke with Ann Friedman (founder and CEO), Nathan Adkisson (Local Projects), and Roger Brown (Solomon Group) to learn more about this exciting new destination.

Louisiana Children's Museum

Honor Award 2020
Louisiana Children's Museum

The beloved Louisiana Children’s Museum was housed for 30 years in the Warehouse District of New Orleans before expanding to a stunning new 8.5-acre site in City Park. Studio Matthews’ part of the project encompassed the design of a new brand as well as signage, interpretation, environmental graphics, and donor recognition throughout the new indoor/outdoor site.

The Latest Word on Planet Word: Downtown D.C.’s Language Museum Is Set to Open in May

When she taught first-graders in Bethesda public schools, Ann Friedman relied on activities to engage them. Playing games, reciting poetry, putting on plays — all were roads to learning how to read.

Be Washington: It's Your Turn to Lead

Merit Award 2019
Be Washington: It's Your Turn to Lead

The “Be Washington” theater combines an 18th century-looking space with the latest in display and interactive technology. The room design, inspired by Congress Hall in Philadelphia, contains 18 two-person interactive touchscreen kiosks. Theatrical windows on the left and right of the theater change in color to suit the topic and mood of the scenario while a large 6K resolution LED wall at the front of the room features live-action historical vignettes.

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