Scripps Networks Interactive is a leading creator of engaging lifestyle television and digital programming. The company owns highly recognizable subsidiary networks like the Food Network and the Travel Channel, stations that inspire creativity and open-mindedness as much as their actual subject matter. Like their subsidiaries, Scripps understands the utility of using impressive visuals to advance their brand and their company ideals. As a company with an obvious interest in showcasing cutting-edge visual capability, Scripps decided to go all out with the lobby in their Knoxville, Tennessee headquarters. They wanted their lobby space to blow people away, and they concluded the best way to do so would be to lean into their status as a dynamic media provider.
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