This exhibition celebrates design as a process, a way of thinking, and an approach to solving a problem—and the important role design can play in addressing critical human problems. Through the lens of design and inspiring objects, the exhibition appeals to broad audiences who might not otherwise visit the Discovery Center or engage in topics related to the Gates Foundation mission and work.
"How can each of us make a difference?" That's the question asked by the Bill and Melinda Gates Discovery Center. New interactive experiences bring their work to life, illuminate the challenges they face, and educate every visitor on how they can find their passion and take action to make a difference.
The Discovery Center is a 15,000-square-foot exhibition and office space in the heart of Seattle. Certified LEED Gold, the Discovery Center is designed to foster a collaborative working environment and help educate the public about the organization’s mission.
The difference between a good project and a great one is having the right partners on your team. NEXPO is the one-day industry supplier and maker exhibition at the 2016 SEGD Conference Experience Seattle June 10.
How do you make an exhibit on sustainability as much fun as zip-lining? At the Boy Scouts adventure camp in West Virginia, a new five-story treehouse makes conservation cool.
When the Boy Scouts of America decided to build a five-story treehouse at its new 10,000+ acre high-adventure camp in West Virginia, the goal was to create a living model reaffirming its conservation heritage.
When the Boy Scouts of America decided to build a five-story treehouse at its new 10,000+ acre high-adventure camp in West Virginia, the goal was to create a living model reaffirming its conservation heritage and to inspire scouts to be good stewards of the environment.