Full service experiential design agency Luci Creative has spent the last nine years developing unique spaces and visitor experiences for their clients in museums, cultural institutions, and corporations around the world. Between its innovative staff and invaluable clients, Luci Creative has implemented a new growth strategy. From adding designers, project managers, and operations management to the robust and interdisciplinary design and strategy team, Luci Creative is positioning itself to administer added and enhanced services in order to tell its clients’ stories with the best possible team experience. In the past year alone, Luci Creative has increased its staff by over 40% to ensure that clients and projects are being well served.
In addition to increasing staff size, Luci Creative will also be moving its main office to a new space. The 6,500 square foot office will feature a hospitality space, an interdisciplinary creative zone for development work, four project breakout rooms, and a large modular conference area to host events and clients. The new office space will open in Spring 2020.
Luci Creative is owned by Michael Shapiro and AJ Goehle. They started the company in 2011 with just a few employees. Since then, Luci Creative has grown to almost 30 employees, even opening a second office in Boston, Massachusetts in 2017.
“Michael and I are very excited to create this new space for Luci Creative and our partners. By investing in new facilities and creating more space for company growth, we have made a studio environment that will support our teams’ innovative and creative work where we can meet project and client needs.” says CEO & Partner AJ Goehle.
Luci Creative won’t be moving far – just next door, in fact. Luci wants to insure it maintains a close relationship and proximity to its sister company, Ravenswood Studio, Inc. The two firms often partner together, providing high quality design-build services.
Recent clients for Luci Creative include Brookfield Properties, Milwaukee Public Museum, Commonwealth Edison, McDonald’s, The Ford Foundation, Illinois Holocaust Museum, the Italian American Museum, the Buffalo History Museum, and the Children’s Discovery Museum.