Next week, on Friday, November 21st, the National Museum of American History will open to the public after a long renovation. The new centerpiece of the Museum will be an exhibit of the Star-Spangled Banner, the flag that Francis Scott Key saw when he was inspired to write the National Anthem of the United States. C&G Partners, in collaboration with Chermayeff & Geismar Studio, has been working on this exhibit, and signage for the Museum overall, for the past 8 years. The project also includes audio-visual final design by RBH Multimedia and interactive final design by Potion. Here is a sneak peek: