Branded Environments

Branded Exhibit Environment Designed for annual retail conference e-Tail West 2016

Standing out is one the biggest challenges any conference attendee faces. How do you distinguish your brand from the sea of competing exhibitors and booths. How do you get the most from your investment in a branded tradeshow exhibit environment? 

These were the questions our client had asked when they approached us to design a branded lounge environment for a recent industry conference in Palm Springs, California.

It was critical that that the branded space provide an engaging environment, that clearly expressed the brands core messaging, and came in on a tight budget and schedule. 
With these goals to consider we decided to pursue a bold, expressive design that was at the same time simple, and economical.

The center feature of the final design was a forty foot long wall of purple cardboard boxes with applied graphics expressing core messaging and consumer data. While being an unconventional material choice, the use of cardboard boxes solved a range of design problems. Along with being economical and lightweight, the theme of the enclosed boxes aligned with the client's marketing initiative and intended to be an expression of their tagline, "It's what's inside that counts".

Provost Studio: Peter Provost - Design Principal
Stephanie Parrish - Art Director + Sr. Graphic Designer
Nicholas McRoberts - Jr. Project Designer + Coordinator
Blue Coast Contracting: Specialty Fabrication

Top Things to Consider When Planning a Broadcast Studio

Planning a Broadcast Studio Infographic Guide

Planning a broadcast studio or set doesn't have to be a daunting experience. With the right advice you can achieve fantastic results and see your project run smoothly and successfully. Check out our infographic guide to the top things to consider when planning your broadcast studio


Why Branded Video Environments Will Become Critical for Publisher’s Online Brands

Originally published on Linkedin: 

Here is a great article I thought I’d share that talks about how publishers are embracing branded and multi-platform content as well as an integrated approach between print and video.

What this means for what we do is that branded video environments (BVEs) will become a critical element in communicating the branded content and engaging audiences visually.  

"The Content Issue: How Publishers Are Working with Brands to Revive the Magazine Industry - by Sparksheet"

Philly from the Top

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Alicia Viteralli and the team at ABC6 take a sneak peek at Philly from the Top, Philadelphias tallest observation deck.

In Progress

Watch out Philadelphia, an exciting new project is coming to completion and we're excited to share a sneak peak behind the scenes. Philly from the Top will offer unrivaled views from the 57th floor of One Liberty Place. Including interactive visitor environment and rich interior graphics, we can't wait for the grand opening scheduled this October.


Follow the link here for more behind the scenes of Philly from the Top


Throw Back Thursday: The Frontier - Collaborative Workplace

The Frontier

This week we take a look at a local project here in Raleigh-Durham. The Frontier serves as a 10,000 sf hub for the local business community of Research Triangle Park. Our studio provided interior design, brand identity and environmental graphic services for the collaborative workplace.



Since its launch in early 2015, The Frontier has played host to a range of weekly, biweekly, and one time events. From small meetings to large scale events the flexibility of the space has cemented its position as the hub of the RTP.