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ISA

The International Sign Association (ISA)is devoted to creating thriving communities that inspire growth and innovation for our members. ISA connects signmakers, materials suppliers, and technology integrators with architects, designers, downtown developers, urban planners, and clients through strategic partnerships with organizations such as SEGD, International Downtown Association, Association of Retail Environments, and American Institute of Architects.

HOK

The Experience Design group at HOK celebrates the culture and the people that make spaces unique. Together with our clients and architectural partners, we map out the journey and leverage brand strategy, so everyone can visualize your unique personality. And we recommend a variety of media platforms —seamlessly integrated with interiors and architecture—and intentionally selected for the most effective engagement, flow and impact.

Gallagher & Associates Reinforces DEIJ Efforts in 2022

Gallagher & Associates Reinforces DEIJ Efforts in 2022

There's no question that 2021 tested our passion and resilience. Gallagher & Associates remains confident in our ability to deepen our professional relationships with amazing partners and clients like you so we can continue to create amazing solutions together in 2022 and beyond!

Thank you for working being on the journey with us and helping to accomplish our collective vision together. We look forward to building on the high points of 2021 as we move into 2022 with more momentum and bigger ideas.

National Building Museum Summer Block Party—Lawn

Finalist 2020
National Building Museum Summer Block Party—Lawn

Every summer, The National Building Museum in Washington D.C. hosts an open competition to outfit the museum’s great hall with an immersive installation, which aims to create an experience encapsulating themes of summer. For the 2019 season, LAB at Rockwell Group created ‘Lawn,’ a concept celebrating the many identities of a lawn as an iconic communal space. A vast installation of a large sloping green space was built within the National Building Museum’s Great Hall, conceived to unite strangers through collective quintessential memories and rituals of summer.

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