Giant Wall Display Moves With Passersby In D.C. Office Building
A historic space is honored with immersive, high-tech lobby walls
The concept of ‘curb appeal’ has always worked differently for commercial office buildings than for retail stores. With office workers increasingly looking at their spaces as potential sites for chance encounters and creativity, and building managers are thus trying to convey this image to potential tenants. With 1,700 square feet of extravagant imagery, ESI Design‘s work with the lobby of Terrell Place in Washington D.C. creates a dazzling display for visitors and daily employees alike.
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