National Air & Space Museum: Wright Place Restaurant, Washington, D.C.
One of the busiest McDonald restaurants in the world, the Wright Place is designed for conveying a bit of information to customers as they eat. Scott Guerin was the design director for the ordering and payment stations, graphics, and media. Pictured here is one of twenty "Macroscopes." The blue plexiglass sun shades were the solution to the challenging light conditions created by the glass structure. The aerodynamic shapes resembling museum banners cut the glare so that Air and Space programming can be seen on the monitors.