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SunTrust Park

Malone Design / Fabrication recently completed a substantial amount of custom millwork over several venues within Suntrust Park (the new home ballpark for the Atlanta Braves).  This work included the fabrication & installation of bars, cabinetry, decorative wall panels, ceiling beams & features using various wood materials (Walnut, ipe & pecky cypress) along with decorative […]

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Atlanta History Center Gatheround Stories of Atlanta

Unsung heroes, go-go boots and a trolley seat for two! Atlanta History Center’s newest cornerstone exhibition weaves Atlanta’s stories and artifacts together to define the narrative for our past, present and future. From Civil War Reconstruction era Atlanta Terminal Station and factory utilizing child labor to Civil Rights era diner and barber shop providing the […]

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Emory University-MARBL

  Malone Design/Fabrication collaborated with Emory University and Healy Kohler Design to fabricate and install elegant and versatile exhibit cases for the Stuart A. Rose Manuscript, Archives, & Rare Book Library (MARBL) at Emory University.  The MARBL exhibition was part of an overall renovation of the tenth floor of the Robert W. Woodruff Library which […]

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Changeable Exhibits Strategy

Having the ability to change exhibits and graphics easily and cost effectively can be a key requirement for many institutions – A museum wanting to regularly rotate pieces of the collection, a sports team wanting to update records and achievements, an arts center that wants to communicate upcoming events, or an institution that wants to […]

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First Colony: Our Spanish Origins

First Colony: Our Spanish Origins is a 2,700 square foot traveling exhibition developed by the Florida Museum of Natural History, designed by HealyKohler Design, and produced by Malone Design/Fabrication. In 1565, forty-two years before the founding of Jamestown, St. Augustine, FL was established by Spain as the first permanent European settlement in the United States. […]

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Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta Airport

The Atlanta-Hartsfield Jackson International Airport’s Art Program asked Malone Design/Fabrication to build specialty display cases on several concourses for rotating art exhibits.  The cases ranged from 8’ – 20’ wide and 7 – 10’ high.  Several cases were installed in wall niches with the balance of the cases free standing. We provided all lighting and […]

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The African American Library at the Gregory School

Malone Design/Fabrication was contracted to fabricate the exhibits for the African American Library at the Historic Gregory School in Houston Texas. This exhibit, which was designed by Gallagher & Associates, chronicles a crucial period in Houston African American history when this downtown community was established following emancipation. This later became known as Freedmen’s Town, Fourth […]

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High Museum of Art

The High Museum of Art, one of the nation’s leading cultural institutions, has renowned collections of European and decorative art, burgeoning collections of photography and modern contemporary art, and an extensive collection of 19th and 20th century American art.  For its first renovation in nearly 20 years, the museum restored the interior of this award-winning […]

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Auburn University, Jonathan B. Lovelace Hall of Honor

The Jonathan B. Lovelace Hall of Honor is a high-end, interactive sports exhibit/museum located in the Auburn Arena at Auburn University.  The Hall of Honor showcases the greatest and most memorable moments of Auburn Athletics, and those who contributed to those moments.  Malone was selected to fabricate the exhibit which features high-pressure laminate graphics, graphic […]

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