R!OT Atlanta

Schultz, Barbara
August 2006
Mix;Aug2006, Vol. 30 Issue 8, p22
The article features Riot Atlanta, a recording studio company in Georgia. A brief history of the company is provided. Its advertising clients include J. Walter Thompson and the Turner and Discovery networks. The upgrading and remodeling of the studio was handled by BOTO Design. Bret Theony and his team at BOTO created a design that places all of the studio's visual effects, animation and communal spaces on the second floor of the building.


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