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Center for Civil and Human Rights Exhibition Design, Atlanta, Georgia(2014)*

Artist/Designer: David Rockwell

Project Location: Atlanta, United States

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Primary Material(s):
Wood, Steel, Wall Paper, Light


Related Website(s):

Significant Date(s):
21st Century, 2010-2019, 2014

Additional Information:
Publications/Texts in Print:
Chapman, Gray. “Center for Civil and Human Rights Opens Its Doors to Atlanta.” 2014. Architectural Record 202 (8): 21

"David Rockwell: HD." Hospitality Design 41.2 (2019): 140-1.

Rockwell Group. Pleasure: Rockwell Group Architecture and Design. Milford: Universe Publishing, 2002.

Welch, Liz. "Design that makes a difference: David Rockwell: Rockwell Group." Inc., April 2012, 68+.

Vlad, Ion, and Monisha Bajaj. “Critical Peace Pedagogies at the American Center for Civil and Human Rights and the Canadian Museum for Human Rights: A Comparative Case Study.” ProQuest Dissertations and Theses, University of San Francisco, 2018, p. 249.

Building Address:
Pemberton Place, 121 Baker Street Northwest, Atlanta, GA 30313

Significant Dates: Rockwell Completed the Exhibition Design in 2014, which filled 18,000 square feet of the three-level building completed by the Freelon Group, now part of Perkins + Will.

Supporting Staff/ Designers: Studio Leader: Barry Richards

Project Manager: Alin Tocmacov

Design Team: Matt Grasso, Amanda Zaitchik

Manufacturers: Benjamin Moore, Harlequin, Modulyss

Design Architect: Freelon Group

Architect of Record: HOK

Chief Creative Officer: George C. Wolfe

Human Rights Exhibition Coordinator: Jill Savitt

Media Content: Batwin + Robin

Interactive Content: Second Story

Portraits: Platon

The People’s Portfolio Hall of Fame Portraits: Rossin

Human Rights Posters Mural and Human Rights Defender: Paula Scher/Pentagram

Graphics: MGMT

Lighting: FMS

Tags: History and Interiors, Technology, United Stated, Atlanta, Georgia, Contemporary, 21st Century, 2010-2019, 2014, Wallpaper, Light, Steel, Wood, Exhibition

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