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.
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.
The core-qualities campaign for the U.S. Army displays in sets of seven banners per site. Photos of troops in action depict Loyalty, Duty, Respect, Selfless Service, Honor, Integrity, and Courage.
The American Sail Training Association encourages character building through at-sea training, promotes sail training and education under sail.
Each season the Discovery Creek Children's Museum has a new thematic experience on an aspect of the local environment at Glen Echo Park. For their interpretive insect exhibit we created "Insect-n-Side".
Branding for the flagship location of the Fresco Savory Cafe included developing logos, icons and variety of temporary and permanent signage for this Spanish Tapas-themed fast-food restaurant.
Una Obra en Marcha (A Work in Progress) is a bi-lingual traveling exhbit for the Inter-American Development Bank. The folding panel system and graphics were designed to highlight the bank's role in improving cultural heritage sites throughout Latin America.
The Corporate Environmental & Social Responsibility (CSR) Initiative at the Inter-American Development Bank needed a three-part logo that identified their commitment to sustainability, and the three key divisions under which they operate.
Window frames made from aluminum and recycled fabric, were designed for the United States Botanic Gardens entry lobby. The illustrations combine key features of the USBG Gardens – Conservatory, National Garden and Bartholdi Park at the National Mall, in Washington, DC.
As US Customs and Border Protection transitioned into Homeland Security, Paris Design created lobby displays and developed various internal branding projects for the agency.