STUDIO 10A is the homebase of three designers - Tom McPhillips, Mike Rhoads and Charlie Cook. Tom is one of the pioneers of Concert Design, he is the founder of Atomic Design and with Studio 10A he’s taking production and product design to a new level. Mike has worked for Atomic Design for 10 years and has become a design force in his own right designing for rock, corporate and exhibition projects. Charlie might be the new guy but he brings a lot to the table with a background in Exhibit and Point of Sale design plus a natural talent for building 3D computer renderings and animation.
These days as well as designing shows and developing new products we are entering the new and exciting world of 3D animation, which we can deploy both for design proposals and for show content. We can present renderings in CAD, using various rendering programs such as SketchUp and Artlantis, and can produce full fly-throughs and animations using 3D programs such as Cinema4D. We also supply on site Art Direction and supervision.
Our Product Designs offer modular solutions for Architects, Scenic and Interior Designers. So whatever your needs, whether it’s an original design or finding the best way to present your brilliant idea Studio 10A is here to work with you and make it happen.
Studio 10A is situated in Lititz PA. Over the course of many years, this little Pennsylvania town has, perhaps surprisingly become a major production hub for the concert touring industry, as several sound, lighting, construction and scenic companies have decided to make their home base here. These days all these companies have all gone beyond their rock and roll roots to become providers for the wider world of entertainment, supplying TV, corporate and worship clients across the USA and in the rest of the world. Just like them Studio 10A has it’s roots in design for concerts and music, but now carries that excitement and awareness of what it takes to put on a live show into everything we do.
Lititz is a few hours drive from New York, an hour and a half from both Philadelphia and Baltimore and it’s just two hours north of DC, it’s a great location in which to both live and work.