Chicago Children’s Museum:  Playmaze

Chicago Children’s Museum: Playmaze

A Cityscape of Play
A fanciful metropolis, Playmaze encourages a child’s imagination in a context-rich and integrated environment. This 1,500 sf city is designed specifically for children under six years of age. Scale, proportion, color, and form create a “mini-city” that is safe while encouraging independence, physical manipulation, and investigation; all of which are essential to a child’s development.

Chicago Children’s Museum:  Adventure with Babar, King of the Elephants

Chicago Children’s Museum: Adventure with Babar, King of the Elephants

The design is inspired by the heartwarming stories of the classic de Brunoff tales. Nostalgic snapshots of Babar’s travels are transformed into immersive, referential environments that transport children, age three to eight years old, and their families to places of adventure.

Louisville Science Center:  KidZone

Louisville Science Center: KidZone

Kids Are Natural Scientists
Children are experts at using play to experiment, discover, and inquire. Vehicles of exploration -the city bus, the two-story airplane, the ambulance, and the spaceship – are designed to incorporate role-playing and dramatic play, as well as providing zones for science-based learning.

Garden In A City: Children’s Midway

Garden In A City: Children’s Midway

A Pathway of Hands-on Gardening That Grows On Families
Garden in a City is America’s first garden and landscape design show focusing on urban horticulture. The inaugural season of this in-ground show featured a Children’s Midway where children and families found engaging and educational interactives that relate to the greening of our urban community.

A Force of Nature: The Life and Work of Jens Jensen

A Force of Nature: The Life and Work of Jens Jensen

This City of Chicago installation brought to light the contributions of the pioneering Prairie landscape architect Jens Jensen.

Art Institute of Chicago: Architecture Gallery

Art Institute of Chicago: Architecture Gallery

Architecture for Children
Architecture for Children transformed a normally solemn gallery into one of active engagement. Its curatorial goal was to present six architectural projects in a multi-generational way that children and adults would equally find of interest.

Chicago History Museum

Chicago History Museum

Faces of Time
For anyone who has ever imagined herself on the cover of Time Magazine, a larger-than-life TIME cover portal allowed museum-goers to be the new cover story. This playful element attracted visitors into the traveling exhibit gallery while introducing historical content. Sequences of cover portraits in various media, arranged chronologically and thematically, grouped protagonists in often-provocative relationships befitting the news media.

Louisville Science Museum: Get FIT!

Louisville Science Museum: Get FIT!

Growing health and weight concerns led to the development of this traveling exhibit, which delivers the “Get Fit” message in fun and challenging ways.

AirWorks & WaterWays Science

Exploring Science-Based Play at DuPage Children’s Museum
AirWorks
and WaterWays present hands-on ways to discover the power, force, and beauty of wind and water.

Engineering Kids: DuPage Children’s Museum

Constructing STEM-based Play
The Engineering Kids exhibit gallery is designed to provide room for children to build their own experiences.