If an interpretive plan is a map, then exhibition design is the territory. This is what the visitor will experience—from the seemingly simplest of things, like the label for an artifact, to entire immersive digital experiences. We work with specialists from subject-matter experts and writers to illustrators and multimedia developers to create experiences that bring those stories to life.
Interpretation is much more than delivering facts to the visitor in museum or gallery—interpretative experiences can be landscapes, trails, cities, or events. Any place where we can ask: What do we want people to feel? To learn? To know? is an opportunity for an interpretive experience. In a connected world where facts are as close as your smartphone, we look to impart not just information, but genuine understanding.