How do you make digital entertainment exciting and visually stunning? We asked ourselves that same question when international architecture ﬁrm, Aedas, asked us to collaborate with them on the design, manufacture and installation of graphics for their client, digital surround sound giant, DTS.
Don’t know DTS? Just look at that smart phone you’re holding. DTS state-of-the-art audio technology is in home theaters, car audio systems, PCs, game consoles, DVD players, televisions, digital media players, set-top boxes, smart phones, surround music software and every device capable of playing Blu-ray discs.
The goal of the custom graphics was to convey the interconnectivity of DTS’ core business throughout their new 85,000-square-foot corporate headquarters in Calabasas, CA. Our designers suggested the concept of abstract interpretations of sound waves to tell the visual story of the DTS mission. The smooth, repetitive motion is carried over three floors with 2,000 square feet of graphics (1,000 sf of glass graphics and 1,000 sf of wall graphics). Based on the sheer size, the installation process was quite an undertaking, but the final product speaks for itself.
We are also happy to report that the feedback from DTS employees has been very enthusiastic. DTS, if you need another corporate headquarters makeover, we are up for the challenge.
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