We wouldn't dare pretend that this is a definitive list, but it is a list of the projects that the top exhibit designers see as influential and important projects that have helped to push the area of exhibition design forward. The breadth of projects that were submitted was amazing.
A German U-boat on exhibit at the Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago has thrilled generations of visitors with its massive scale and epic story of wartime capture. Now, a new interactive is helping visitors explore part of that story at the U-505 Dive Trainer experience.
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By Josh Goldblum, Bluecadet
In a few months in Philadelphia, a new Warby Parker store will open in a space formerly occupied by the Le Bec-Fin. This restaurant, led by Chef Georges Perrier, was once widely considered one of the best in the world, but it famously refused to change with the times—and paid the price. With Warby Parker’s move into physical spaces, I’d argue the brand is doing the opposite.
Bringing new technology to a well-established museum can be a daunting task. As part of a larger initiative to deepen the presence of technology in their galleries, members of the board at the Fort Worth Museum of Science and History (FWMSH) decided that their DinoLab exhibition hall would be the right place to start. Ideum was thrilled to have the opportunity to work with the team at FWMSH to design two new interactives for DinoLab.
Kids can walk through a six-foot-tall piggy bank, learn about the importance of earning, saving and spending money, and practice number recognition, simple math skills and fine motor skills in this interactive exhibit designed by Lee H. Skolnick Architecture + Design Partnership.
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