Staying ahead of the current

Planning interpretation along the Current River in the Ozark National Scenic Riverways Home to the most significant number of first magnitude springs in the world and the Current River, the Riverways has been a National Park for 53 years. Before that, there were several Missouri State Parks, Big Spring and Round Spring for instance, that […]

Illuminating the Luminaries

A space to recognize world-class innovation at Worcester Polytechnic Institute Innovation was a key ingredient in our exhibit which harnessed the power of interactives to extend the WPI Hall of Luminaries brand identity to exhibit graphics, awards, and multi-media. Worcester Polytechnic Institute (WPI) alumni have made outsized contributions to the world of scientific innovation. If you […]

Bonding With Clients Over Historical Finishes

Wallpaper therapy isn’t easy It was a typical onsite job meeting, representatives from the builders, owners, and designers crowded around folding tables discussing agenda items at the Dillaway Thomas House while construction went on around them. Next on the agenda was a milestone in the design-build process, to review finishes and historical wallpaper submittals by the […]

Exhibit Makes Way For The Future

How Exhibit Spaces Can Change Roles Watch this video to see how an exhibit designed to move can transform a gallery. The challenge was to create an interactive exhibit and a changeable gallery suitable for community events. Our solution was to make this substantial installation easily moveable so that a small staff can quickly relocate the […]

Exhibiting 18th-century “Tupperware”

Developing themes around piggins, boxes, and buckets at the new Hingham Heritage Museum In the old colonial days, just what did you do with your leftover porridge? Or kept your beans, barley, and groats? Or laundered your clothes or cured your meat? In 1700 almost 30 coopers worked in Hingham, 245 years before Tupperware was […]