The Home Depot – The Legend


Caribiner International

Practice Area


The Home Depot

Project Vision

Caribiner International was challenged with bringing the Home Depot brand, history, business, culture, and community involvement to life in a museum/learning center. The result was a 2,500-square-foot interactive museum divided into five dynamic zones, built entirely of Home Depot materials. Visitors physically travel deeper into the colorful Home Depot experience and brand, even as they learn specifics about the company and its history.

Project Details
An inspiringly effective corporate informational exhibit that reflects the content and spirit of the stores. Appeals to those who love stuff and love to see it organized. Perfectly appropriate.
Juror 1
Design Team

Matthew Sheppard (Principal in Charge), Melinda Chandler, Bill Marshall, Joel Rausch, Carl Swagerty

Design Firm

Caribiner International

Project Area

2,500 sq. ft.


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