delta-turbineLorenc+Yoo Design is proud to accept the Graphis Design Annual 2016 Gold Award for its exhibit master plan and concept design for the Delta Flight Museum in Atlanta, Georgia.

“This award is an honor for the entire design team,” said Lorenc+Yoo principal Jan Lorenc. “By telling it, we are proud to have become a part of Delta Air Lines’s incredible and continuing story.”

With its Annual competitions and books, Graphis is among the foremost documentarians of the fields of graphic design, photography, and poster art. View Lorenc+Yoo Design’s gold-winning entry for the Delta Flight Museum.

In collaboration with Stevens & Wilkinson, Lorenc+Yoo Design completed the master plan and conceptual design for the Delta Flight Museum, which opened in summer of 2014 at Delta’s headquarters adjacent to Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.

Gary Lee Super & Associates was the exhibit designer.

Sited inside two vintage airplane hangars, the exhibit chronicles Delta’s history from its origins as an aerial crop dusting operation founded in Macon, Georgia, to an international commercial carrier. The space is populated with historic Delta aircraft, including the pivotal Delta Crop Duster, Delta’s DC-3 “Ship 41,” and the “Spirit of Delta,” a fully-sized Boeing 767-200 purchased by Delta employees in 1982. The exhibit takes visitors through the “Prop Era” to the “Jet Age” with interactive exhibits, electronic media, and a sleek setting that communicates the company’s valuable brand.

Lorenc+Yoo Design is also proud to have been recognized recently with two additional awards: Graphis Design Annual 2014 Platinum Award for Opalus, and Graphis Design Annual 2015 Gold Award for Hyatt Regency New Orleans.

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