Kitchen Cabinet Distributors, a recent Triangle acquisition, wanted to refresh their trade show presence. With new product lines and classic series, we gave their 20′ x 30′ trade show booth a towering structure for impactful visibility and native environments to exhibit their cabinets — letting the products speak for themselves. The booth was a massive success, highlighted by a 67% lead increase from the previous year.
Recognizing generosity and achievement is a priority for many of our clients. We have created and fabricated elegant donor walls highlighting donors who contribute to organizations, artful and unique award displays recognizing exemplary employees and their accomplishments, and everything in between. These displays are permanent yet flexible, as they allow the client to update with new information and may be expanded upon if necessary.
Point was chosen to partner with Red Hat to assist with outfitting their new headquarters in downtown Raleigh. 19 floors of custom-designed, custom-made, and custom-installed projects including 11,089 square feet of specialized window etch, 2,241 square feet of tailor-made wallpaper, 641 interior and exterior signs, 410 room numbers, 9 walls of floor-to-ceiling floating graphics, 7 conference rooms etched in colorful translucent designs, creating an effective combination of privacy and design, 4 elevators wrapped with branding, 4 custom rail graphics, and 2 giant framed fabric graphic prints. 1 year. 8 people. Never missed a single deadline.
Underwriters Laboratories invited us to collaborate with a team of talented students at the School of Design at NCSU to develop and create custom environmental graphics for UL University. We supplied the students with knowledge regarding possible materials and applications, and they designed with all of this in mind. Once the design was complete, we fabricated and installed all of the elements for the space. The project consisted of custom wallpaper graphics, dimensional signage, privacy etch, and custom built exhibit spaces.
Red Hat approached us for a custom trade show booth to match their open source philosophy. We looked towards the coloring book boom to concept and create a “coloring booth” that anyone could collaborate with. The booth was an enormous hit at SXSW’s SX Create 2016! From curious toddlers to grown-up makers, children born to color outside the lines to parents that just wanted a sense of calamity: everyone wanted a chance to collaborate with the community to make something beautiful.
Workplace Options is a leader in providing work-life services to over 46 million employees worldwide. Their commitment to strengthening workplace effectiveness through employee engagement and support became the driving inspiration for a complete top to bottom environmental project. Using custom designed graphics and wallpaper, we fabricated and installed window and door etch, ceiling high graphic prints, walls of graphic prints that are intentionally designed to be updated as years go by, a floating award wall display, and a large screen monitor to welcome visitors at the receptionist desk. Each year, awards are added and timelines are updated, as these environmental graphics are designed to grow with their business.
For over a decade, we have partnered with the YMCA of the Triangle to bring their spaces to life through the creative installation of environmental graphics. By teaming up with their in-house creatives, we have branded many facilities throughout the Wake County region to inspire and impact members by visually incorporating the YMCA mission, vision, and way of life into each location. Installs have included custom signage, dimensional letters, branded graphics, and stand-off signs.
Alfred Williams, a premier corporate interior company, partnered with us to enhance the interior wayfinding signage and exterior branding of their Raleigh, NC headquarters through various methods of application of their logo. We produced and installed custom window etch, dimensional signage and logos. This project is a prime example of how being creative with the application of your brand can truly transform a space and make the statement you want the world to see.
It’s easy to get lost in our daily projects and feel detached from the local thriving world of art and design flourishing all around us here in the Triangle. During a company-wide brainstorm, we agreed it’s time to invite the incredible talent which surrounds us and provide a space to make a statement of their own.
We identified a wall in our conference room that could become a blank canvas — a no-holds-barred wall of awesomeness for local talent to showcase their skills and personality. To kick things off, we decided to make a first run at it with our in-house talent — a mix that includes sculptors and industrial, interior, and graphic designers. 16,492 paperclips later, our wall is now home to our very own unique creation (and no … we haven’t lost our minds). We could explain the process that led to paperclips and R2-D2, but really, it all just grew from a conversation about our favorite iconic images and what we could do with a low-tech paperclip.
We call it “The Paperclip Effect.”
Great ideas begin with collaboration. The Creative teams at Point and Citrix collaborated to make a bold statement that demonstrates Citrix’s accessible, mobile, and innovative culture and their commitment to Raleigh-Durham. What transpired was a conceptual, intentional, and artful set of advertisement displays which speak to the universal accessibility and unparalleled customer service Citrix has to offer. All it took was 13,899 keyboard keys, a few shades of grey, a giant grid, and all hands on deck to build the custom hand-crafted installations. The ads are located in Terminals 1 and 2 in the Raleigh-Durham International Airport (RDU).