Merck is a premier, research-intensive biopharmaceutical company with offices and facilities worldwide. When Merck set to refresh the look of their Boston headquarters and Cambridge Lab Spaces, they came to White Light for the creation of a wide range of materials and dimensional elements, including 10' tall polycarbonate prints on a Lexan installed into the vertical bays of structural stanchions that flank the contemporary building. In the expansive lobby space in Boston surrounded by many of the finest hospitals in the world, and just a stone's throw from historic Fenway Park, White Light produced and wrapped 150" floor-to-ceiling cylinders with circumference graphics that showcased many of Merck's research and philanthropic programs. White Light used a combination of dimensional lettering, cut vinyl, and vinyl panels to enhance the vibrant space of a new coffee bar where coworkers are encouraged to take time out and share a refreshment to better connect about their work and collective process. At 320 Bent Street, White Light Visual produced and installed 4 floors of graphics including over 20 muralscapes and extensive acrylic panels.