PDI is an electrical contractor operating nationally to install power in large multi unit projects. They wanted to augment their training center with a display showing their Best Practices. For the basic building material, we used steel studs – a media familiar to the audience. Messages and photos were layered on top of the studs while wiring and technology were installed within the studs. ADM2 fabricated the exhibits.
Location: Power Design Inc.; St. Petersburg, FL
A coalition of adoption agencies wanted to raise the visibility of their work in Washington, DC. We placed 100 Heart Gallery photographs from 35 lenders in the Russell Senate Office Building and in Union Station. We designed a column wrap system in Russell, which met with the needs of security to have clear sightlines across the rotunda.
Location: AdoptUSKids; Baltimore, MD
The Heart Gallery connects hard to adopt children in foster care with their forever families through a traveling gallery of images, audio of the children describing their ideal ‘forever’ family, and take-away cards. The project needed a portable gallery that would showcase photographs of the children that was robust enough to withstand many moves, mall-type traffic, and have the flexibility to fit in many different spaces.
Location: Tampa, FL
Location: Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Location: Sarasota, FL
A city-sponsored international design competition narrowed the architectural proposals to build a civic pier to three. These three panels served as introduction to the exhibit at which the public was asked to Look at the three models, Think about which they prefer and Share their thoughts.
Location: City of St. Petersburg; Museum of History; St. Petersburg, FL