Betty


February 24th, 2015 by

Taylor Studios, Inc.In the early years, Taylor Studios, was often a subcontract fabricator of other firms in the industry. Most of the time, other fabricators came to us to get bids for scenic work. Occasionally, a design-only firm would bring us on as their builder. In both of these scenarios, we were relied on heavily to do the final construction drawings or to figure out how you could build some very unique components.

From the start of the business, we had clients ask us to design their exhibits. For example, in the late 90’s we designed five galleries covering Africa, East Asia, Southeast Asia, and Oceania, Europe, The Americas, and The Ancient Mediterranean for The Spurlock Museum. Even earlier than that, a client like The Children’s Museum of Illinois would asked us what we could design and build within a very limited budget. It was more expensive for them to put a small exhibit like Our Body Our House out to more than one firm. (more…)

Kara


February 23rd, 2015 by
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

Video: What Does Exhibit Design-Build Mean to You?A video in which Exhibit Designers, Graphic Designers, Project Managers, and Fabricators talk about what exhibit design-build means to them. What comes to mind when you think about exhibit design-build?  (more…)

Jason


December 22nd, 2014 by
Posted in Quality Control

National Museum of the Marine Corps“That’s ​Crazy Real!”

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Pete


November 26th, 2014 by
Posted in Taylor Thoughts

Pete & Cory at NAI National WorkshopMost years, Taylor Studios, Inc. presents a session at the NAI National Workshop. We develop sessions with concentrated focus on the target audience. We ask the following question of each of our sessions, “What useful, insightful, and provocative information can we offer to attendees?”

Despite the fact that our sessions must all rise to the order of useful, insightful, and provocative, we are continually surprised at the seemingly arbitrary popularity across individual sessions. Some sessions seem to provide perfect content at the perfect time, and others not so much. (more…)

Kara


November 3rd, 2014 by

Taylor Studios - Matt McClainAnother Monday, another smiling face. Today, in the blog spotlight is Matt McClain. He joined our team very recently and we’re thrilled to have him! (more…)


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