A person standing at a counter in front of a screen.
A couple of people sitting on a couch in a room with a wall of art.
A person walking in a building.
A few people sitting on a couch.
A person sitting on a couch.
A person sitting on a bench.
A person sitting on a blue couch.
A group of people in a restaurant.
A person walking in a room with tables and chairs.
A brick building with a patio and a patio with plants and a fence.
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Atlanta, Georgia

Uppercut Atlanta sets the stage for the post-production company's second location in a creative workspace uniquely modeled to take visitors on a metaphorical journey through film. The design is an extended metaphor for Uppercut's editing expertise, taking cues from classic filmmaking techniques such as the cutaway, the fade-in, and cross-cutting scenes to orchestrate the spatial organization of the studio.

Transitions from room to room manifest as cuts from one scene to the next — sometimes drastic alterations, and at other times, familiar themes are reintroduced through the creative use of finishes and lighting. In the editing suites, bold carpet tiles reference the process as a metaphorical nod to the creative content “left on the cutting room floor.” Optimized lighting within these rooms uses glare-free fixtures and avoids direct downlighting to set the stage for seamless editing.