3D brand strategies, project management.
3D brand strategies incorporate visual impressions, built environments, and event marketing. Your message is too important to arbitrarily slap your logo on a stock photo and call it an effective communication.
Paris Design has decades of experience successfully creating strategic solutions for corporate, government and institutional organizations. Our content development, exhibit programming and project management services help you define and effectively display your vision.
We help tell your story, promote corporate image, create logos, displays and develop exhibits that engage and resonate with your audience across platforms.
The Accokeek Foundation cultivates passion for the natural and cultural heritage of Piscataway Park and a commitment to stewardship and sustainability.
Alexandria Archaeology Museum visitors learn how the City's archaeologists, volunteers and students work with residents and developers to study and manage archaeological resources important to the community's past.
"Dewberry at Work" — is a set of guiding principles and values governing the conduct of this engineering services firm, for more than 50 years.
The USDA "Power Plants: Farming Energy" exhibit developed for the National Arboretum showcases living plants with the potential for bioenergy crops. As visitors stroll through the one-acre Power Plants Garden, outdoor interpretive signage explains how each plant can be converted to biofuel.
Docent Carts developed for the Office of Historic Alexandria help drive tourists to the city's boutique museums
The Cuyahoga River is widely known as "the river that caught fire" – an event that helped spark the environmental movement in 20th Century America. But there's much more to Cuyahoga's story.
Whether revered as an icon of Southern heritage, or reviled as a symbol of enduring racism, Confederate flags remain a divisive issue. This exhibit educates the public about the original symbology (Vexillology) of the various Confederate flags as they were designed, and new meanings that popular culture attributes to them.
The International Monetary Fund is proud of their sustainable operations, achieving LEED Gold Certification for their Headquarters 1 and 2 buildings in Washington DC. Paris Design helped the IMF develop and implement their recycling program with strategic placement of graphics teaching staff what and where to recycle.
Master plan and concept design developed for the Museo Barrio Ballajá in Old San Juan, Puerto Rico. The museum interprets the history, culture and major redevelopment over decades to restore this Spanish Colonial neighborhood and it's institutional architecture.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation, works to preserve and protect landscapes, buildings, and neighborhoods that have played a meaningful role in America's past. Our 3D brand work with the NTHP includes kiosks, custom plaques, and an interactive "Honor Roll" program for their Washington DC headquarters lobby.