Unity Square
Unity Square is home to American Experiments at the Smithsonian Museum of American History. The exhibition hosts a set of activities that invite visitors to explore, play, and connect with each other. Five experiments bring to life the themes of the surrounding exhibitions—participation, commitment, negotiation, voting, protest, and pluralism—and spark dialogue about American civic life.
The project included ideation and design workshops, rapid prototyping, fabrication, and installation in NMAH’s new program space dedicated to immersive activities that richly illustrate America’s participatory democracy.
Responsibilities: Facilitate workshops; prototyping; interpretive planning; exhibit design (including the design of interior architecture, individual exhibits, and exhibit vocabulary); art direction (for graphics and media); illustration; oversight of exhibit development and fabrication
Project type: Exhibition Design
Location: Washington, D.C.
Size of project: 5,000 sq. ft.
Team: Exploratorium, Smithsonian National Museum of American History
Open: 2017
Photos: Courtesy, Exploratorium & Smithsonian NMAH

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