Did you know that some of the most iconic landmarks in big cities were the brainchild of the creative minds at Group Delphi?
HAVE A COKE AND A SLIDE: A few years ago, the AT&T Park SuperSlide for Coca-Cola became the showcase for the San Francisco Giants’ new ballpark, allowing kids of all ages to slide down the middle of the bottle. Located 465 feet from home plate, the two 56-foot-long curving slides (the “Guzzler”) and two 20-foot-long twisting slides (the “Twist-Off”) quickly became a fan favorite.
LOOK MA, NO NAILS: As the oldest garrisoned post in the American West, the Presidio Museum’s historical building became an artifact itself in the museum’s transformation and addition of the new building’s Heritage Gallery. Working with design firm partners Ralph Appelbaum Associates, Group Delphi designed exhibits that were built and installed without penetrating any of the original building’s surfaces – not an easy task considering no screws, nails or bolts were used – as well as creating casework for the artifacts, timelines, maps, graphics and lighting elements in the new gallery.
FLOATING RAILS R US: Reunion Tower in Dallas opened its Observation Deck after a six-year hiatus and needed cutting-edge multi-touch interactive displays, video, sound, and lighting. When it opened, Group Delphi’s work was the talk of the town with its seemingly floating rails and motion-sensing cameras and ultrasonic sensors which seamlessly changed media presentations in coordinating colors as patrons arrived.
We hope you experience “wonder and awe” at these and other U.S. attractions you get to enjoy!