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 25, 2014
Elizabeth Grube reflects on her experience at the 2014 Healthcare Design Conference and takes a deeper look at neuroscience and architecture.
November 25, 2014
For three days in September, 15 of RTKL’s best and brightest young minds converged in sunny Miami for the annual Design Conference. This year’s theme of connectivity set the stage for activities that challenged the attendees to think differently and encouraged them to learn more about their own strengths. The skills they learned will act […]
November 24, 2014
This huge area, about 2.5 times the size of Downtown Burj Khalifa, is on track to become the world’s next great harbour city. RTKL to serve as master planner, developing about 10.5 million square metres over the next 25-30 years.