Design Dimension Inc. is your resource for creative design solutions. Our scope of services includes custom-built displays, permanent and interactive exhibits, trade show displays, retail and corporate interiors, product prototyping, graphic design, graphic production, and full scale fabrication services in North Carolina, and beyond.

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Recent Projects

UNC Taylor Hall, Chapel Hill NC

project type: graphics

The new exhibit in UNC Taylor Residence Hall was designed, fabricated, and installed by Design Dimension Inc. Nelson Ferebee Taylor was the fifth Chancellor of UNC Chapel Hill.

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Mordecai Historic Park, Raleigh NC

project type: environments , fabrication , graphics , museums , visitor centers

Design Dimension designed, fabricated and installed the educational exhibits housed in the Mordecai Historic Park’s visitor center. The displays include a timeline, family tree, and sections about faith, Southern womanhood, and slavery.

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Cone Mills "The Fabric of Memory", Greensboro NC

project type: environments , fabrication , graphics

“The Fabric of Memory: The Cone Mill Villages” is an educational history exhibit that tells the story of mill villagers’ lives at home, work, and in their community.

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4-H Millstone Camp, Ellerbe NC

project type: fabrication , graphics

The new building at the 4-H Millstone Camp in Ellerbe, NC, is home to history exhibits in the Hall of Leadership and in the Cole Foundation Auditorium.

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Billy Graham and His Remarkable Journey of Faith, Raleigh NC

project type: fabrication , graphics , museums

The exhibit title draws from the 2013 resolution passed by the N.C. General Assembly honoring the life of Graham’s wife, Ruth Bell Graham, and naming Billy Graham “North Carolina’s Favorite Son.”

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Wake Forest School of Law, Winston-Salem NC

project type: environments , fabrication , graphics

Design Dimension, Inc. designed, built, and installed two displays for the Wake Forest School of Law. One case describes the past of the school, while the other dives into the present and future.

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