the rigging system, with all its tensions and wire cords, is almost reminiscent of a sailboat or ship — kind of perfect for a place filled with maps of the world’s lands and oceans.
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Along with doing a typical museum style installation for the majority of the art, we had to "mount" a series of steel totems along a hallway gallery where they would show off their construction in a three dimensional manner.
We were asked to install a 600 lb "stabile" sculpture (essentially a mobile that doesn't move), into a 40 foot high ceiling in an outdoor foyer in Downtown San Diego.
This was a residential installation in La Jolla, CA completed for Patrick Lee Interior Design in 2009. The client had a collection of black and white photographs from a particular artist that they wanted to display.
In 2004, we were contracted by our longtime brand design client Hansen & Associates to come up with a window display layout for the new Citymark Development sales office in San Diego's East Village neighborhood.
This was a unique project that we completed in 2008 for Spa MD in La Jolla CA, whereby we were tasked with finding a flexible solution to displaying the certificates and awards for their in house physicians. They wanted to be able to expand or subtract the certs per demand, but also highlight them in a way that made their appearance look more jewel-like and special.