Experiential design is migrating at a rapid pace from static, carefully controlled communications to highly digitized and layered environments. From strategic branding and identity, to signage and wayfinding, RTKL employs a range of leading services to orchestrate experience-rich, exciting and easily navigable places that express our clients’ brands and strengthen their relationships with their customers.
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U.S. Capitol Visitor Center nominated for Building of America Award from Real Estate & Construction Review
December 18, 2008
From hundreds of nominated projects, U.S. Capitol Visitor Center has been nominated as a Building of America project and will be featured in the upcoming Real Estate & Construction Review-2009 Eastern Seaboard Edition. Each Building of America project is highlighted in a case study that intertwines the words of the project’s owner/developer, consultants, architects and […]
October 5, 2010
RTKL has been honored with three awards from the Washington, DC chapter of the American Institute of Architects (AIA). The awards recognize design excellence in architecture, interior architecture, historic resources and sustainability. RTKL’s awards include the Excellence in Historic Resources Award for the firm’s design of the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center, as well as a […]
August 23, 2007
BALTIMORE — June 15, 2007 — RTKL Vice President David Thompson FAIA, Principal Bill McCarthy AIA and Associate Annette Parisi AIA have been certified Building Security Certified Professionals (BSCP) by the Infrastructure Security Partnership (www.buildingsecuritycouncil.org). Thompson, McCarthy, and Parisi are among the first in the United States to receive the credential, which comprises a comprehensive, […]
November 20, 2014
What happens when you put the collective brain power of 1,000 creative minds to work on the same problem, at the same time, all over the world?
November 14, 2014
A look at some of the highlights from RTKL’s event at the Venice Biennale as the event comes to a close
November 12, 2014
The Mediterranean Village at Ponce Circle, a mixed-use development spanning about 7 acres, will begin after approval by the City Commission in January. The project will feature a 324,000-SF Class A office building, a high-end hotel with 184 rooms, retail space, restaurants and three residential towers with 214 condo units and 15 townhouses.