Chicago Children’s Museum:  Stinking Truth About Garbage

Chicago Children’s Museum: Stinking Truth About Garbage

The Stinking Truth About Garbage greets children and visitors with an educational and engaging exploration into environmental issues. Located in a prominent location, the exhibition is a colorful, simulated landfill. Via stimulating imagery and interactive elements, this environment teaches visitors about problems associated with disposal of solid waste, and introduces practical solutions that can be studied within the exhibit and practiced at home.

Chicago Children’s Museum: My Museum

Chicago Children’s Museum: My Museum

Expressing Identity
My Museum is designed to create hands-on opportunities for personal and intrapersonal expression and exploration. The body-scaled, three-dimensional entry letters entice visitors into a previously underutilized exhibit hall. Spelling out “My Museum” in very varied ways using tactile and diverse materials, these letters represent playful and creative ways to communicate.

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.

DuPage Children’s Museum

DuPage Children’s Museum

Having fun should be a given for a project as playful and stimulating as the creation of a children’s museum. Our renovation process presented challenges that were addressed collaboratively, creatively, and with quirky good humor. It’s easy for an architectural firm to tell you that they work collaboratively but with this team, the collaborative process was a reality.
~ Susan Broad, Executive Director, DuPage Children’s Museum

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.

Kansas Children’s Discovery Center

Kansas Children’s Discovery Center

The Kansas Children’s Discovery Center’s 15000 SF building is nestled within the wooded acreage of Topeka’s Gage Park, which encourages interaction indoors and out-of-doors.

Exploration Station

Exploration Station

Exploratory Vista
Exploration Station is a 10,000 SF museum inspired by the vision and spirit of this young institution and by the agrarian context of which it is a part. The ad-hoc collection of interconnected barn structures recalls the image of the Mid-Western farm but, through unexpected color combinations, whimsical windows, and a series of other details, it is clearly a container for play and learning. This impression is essential in order that the building be embraced by its community and identifiable to children.