LCI desired one of a kind, experiential displays to communicate their history and company values to employees and visitors within their new corporate office. Xibitz presented a turnkey proposal that included the design fee for HOK as well as the fabrication and installation of displays for the office space. The project was completed in concert with Tango Design and Majority.
Xibitz was the lead on the turnkey, design-build project and oversaw the contract management and overall project from design to installation. The teams worked together to provide design solutions and innovative display methodology including dynamic edge-lit and backlit direct printed graphics applied to glass and mounted in a shiplap style through a long hallway in the new office space. The graphics were various photos of Lippert parts on different types of vehicles starting on the East Coast and ending on the West Coast.