Designed and created for the lobby of an electronics corporation, this exhibit includes a center column with a touchscreen monitor that is controlled via the building's IT manager. I created the center column from a copper sheet etching it with electical diagram symbols. The back wall is made with custom raku tiles from Archicast who created fossil-like imprints of the company's products. There are also flat screen monitors with motion graphics mounted on acrylic shelves mounted with steel rods.
As a principal of Design 500, Inc. along with Scott Blake and Henry Swanson, we were hired to plan, design, and create the Fire Museum of Memphis in the mid-1990s. This is the entry of the old Fire Engine House No. 1, which was built in downtown Memphis in 1910. To the right is the exhibit of the 1910 E.H. Crump steamer with full size horse mannequins.