We are headed back to St. Louis!
Pacific Studio was recently awarded an incredible contract for the brand new Visitor Center Exhibits Project at the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial in St. Louis, MO. This project from the National Park Service is located at the iconic Gateway Arch. Read more about this exciting project that serves as a memorial to Thomas Jefferson’s role in opening the West, and to the brave pioneers who helped shape it’s history. The new center is due to open its doors in June of 2018. Stay tuned for updates!
Pacific Studio makes history in D.C.
Thirteen years in the making, the new National Museum of African American History and Culture is a true gem in out great nation’s capitol. And we at Pacific Studio are humbly privileged to add it to our resume. The New York Times said, “…it’s more than just impressive. It’s a data-packed, engrossing, mood-swinging must-see.”
Read the entire NYT article here:
Seattle’s very first skyscraper gets a makeover!
September 2, 2016
There sure is a lot of “buzz” about the swanky new speakeasy on the 35th floor, but Seattle’s very first skyscraper (and tallest building west of the Mississippi in 1914) reopened in late August, 2016 after some beautiful renovations by Unico Properties, with special touches by Pacific Studio!
Seattle’s Smith Tower is once again open to the public with brand new tours, artifacts, a café, a general store and yes… a speakeasy. Visit Smith Tower’s Facebook page for more updates!
St. Louis sings the Blues!
May 19, 2016
…with the brand new National Blues Museum! Pacific Studio is absolutely thrilled to have helped bring to life this beautiful dedication to the history and impact of “America’s own music” genre, the Blues.
The museum includes over 15,000 square feet of highly interactive technology and artifact driven exhibits, including a theater and a special event space for live performances. Check out their website and events calendar for more information.
All Systems Go! for Pacific Studio
January 22, 2016
If you like space travel even half as much as much as we do here at Pacific Studio, you should definitely make a plan to visit Space Center Houston for an extremely up-close and intimate look at the actual Space Shuttle Independence and the NASA 905, a specially modified Boeing 747 that ferried all the space shuttles into space over the last 35 years!
We are so proud to be a part of this fascinating look at NASA’s Space Program. Check out this video and get a peek of what we’ve been working on in Seattle with our own Ben Dart at minute 14.