Designing for Disaster

The latest exhibition by C&G Partners,“Designing for Disaster” at the National Building Museum in Washington, has opened to the public. C&G Partners (New York) designed exhibits, graphics, media, interactives, and sound for the project.

Through unique objects, captivating graphics, and multimedia—including video testimonials—the exhibition explores new solutions for, and historical responses to, a range of natural hazards, including earthquakes, tornadoes, hurricanes, storm surge, flooding, seal level rise, tsunamis, and wildfires.

The Weather Channel did a live interviewwith lead NBM curator Chrysanthe Broikos from the FEMA-compliant “safe room” built inside the exhibit. Weather icon Sam Champion kicked off the live coverage.

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