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.
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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.
Showing confidence, value and a huge step up in visibility for design at the new museum, Designers bemused after fighting for recognition for so long.
Markus Dohner is an exhibits designer at the National Museum of the American Sailor. He is also adjunct faculty in, Visual Presentation and Exhibition Design at the Fashion Institute of Technology.
These photographs taken by Gareth Gardner offer a glimpse of the interiors created byJohn Pawson for the new Design Museum ahead of its official opening next week.
Emily Payne leads the Studio Tilt team at the HOK Kansas City office. HOK is a design firm with global reach in the built environment market space: Its 1,800 people collaborate across a network of 20+ offices on three continents.
With a range of experience in graphic design including environmental graphics, wayfinding signage, branding, and exhibit design, Emily Payne has led experience design and branding projects, including:
C&G Partners is a multi-specialty creative studio, dedicated to design for culture — from cultural organizations to organizational culture.
Michael Burns is a design director at Quatrefoil Associates, a firm that specialities in exhibit design, fabrication, technology and innovation providing turnkey design and fabrication services to museums. Michael leads teams of skilled designers and engineers producing memorable and highly effective experiences for museums, zoos and aquariums. He is also director and founder of The Omnimuseum Project. The Omnimuseum Project is devoted to embracing the everyday world as a platform for informal learning and enrichment.