Gallagher & Associates
Gallagher & Associates (G&A) is an internationally recognized interdisciplinary design studio with offices in Washington, D.C., New York, Portland and Singapore. For over 20 years, we bring transformative experiences to life. We integrate interactive design and media with the physical environment to produce immersive experiences that engage, entertain, and create measurable impact. As one of the only fully integrated experience design firms in the industry, we bring a holistic approach to every project from business, financial and operations planning to interpretive planning, exhibition design, and media production.
Category Exhibition Design Companies
Phone (301) 656-7575
8665 Georgia Avenue
Silver Spring, Maryland 20910
News About Gallagher & Associates
Gallagher & Associates Reimagines Sazerac House
Gallagher & Associates recently partnered with the Sazerac Company to reimagine the Sazerac House in New Orleans.
Gallagher & Associates Designs Interactive Exhibitions for New International Spy Museum
Last month, the new 140,000-square-foot International Spy Museum (SPY) opened in Washington, DC. For the new Museum, Gallagher & Associates designed the overall visitor experience including exhibitions, media, retail, lobby, and graphics that push the boundaries of innovative storytelling and immersive…
SEGD Recognized Patrick Gallagher as 2012 Fellow
Patrick Gallagher, president and founder of the Washington, D.C. based museum planning and exhibition design firm Gallagher & Associates, has been named an SEGD Fellow, environmental graphic design's highest professional honor.
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Gilcrease Museum Reveals Concept Design for New Building
SmithGroup has unveiled its concept design for Gilcrease Museum's entirely new facility.
Rare Volume Designs Interactive Exhibit for New Orleans Convention Center
Rare Volume, in partnership with Gallagher & Associates, has designed a permanent interactive entry exhibit for the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center that celebrates more than three centuries of New Orleans history.