We reimagined the corporate museum as a dynamic living space that celebrates Cox Enterprises’ values, accomplishments, and community.

Interactive wall installations bring to life Gonzaga’s ever-evolving narrative, creating an emotive, meaningful, and connective experience for current and prospective students, alumni, and faculty.

A thought-provoking photo booth experience asked visitors to consider how the textiles they choose reflect who they are.

A stunning addition to Atlanta’s Pemberton Place, the Center for Civil and Human Rights explores the triumphs, tragedies, and enduring legacy of the Civil Rights Movement in the U.S. and the ongoing global fight for tolerance, equal opportunity, and humane treatment for all.

Content-rich interactive tables expose users to an array of human rights issues and suggest ways for them to take action in support of the causes that matter to them most.

Inspired by the “I Am a Man” slogan of the 1968 Memphis sanitation workers strike, visitors become part of the exhibitry by adding their image and a declaration of their identity to an interactive wall.