World Forestry Center Discovery Museum
This exhibit puts the focus on forests. Visitors discover forestry in the Pacific Northwest and how it relates to forests around the world. The completely re-designed 13,000 square foot Discovery Museum at the World Forestry Center contains immersive environmental exhibits that reveal the diversity of forests and provide an understanding of complex forest issues. 
Responsibilities: Exhibit design (including the design of interior architecture, individual exhibits, and
exhibit vocabulary); art direction (for graphics and media); fabrication and installation oversight
Project type: Exhibition Design
Location: Portland, OR
Size of project: 13,000 sq. ft.
Team: West Office Exhibition Design, Maltbie (Fabrication), Mario Chiodo Studios (Scenic fabrication), Second Story (Interactive Media), North Shore Productions (Media), BBI (AV Hardware Integration)
Open: June 2005
Photos: Courtesy, West Office Exhibition Design

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