This project was designed by CODO Design of Indianapolis, IN. Here are a few shots from their design concept portfolio.
This is Codo’s design for the entrance.
This is how the entrance used to look.
This is how it looks now. The floor graphics utilize a non-skid laminate to ensure good footing even with wet floors.
We designed a frame and panel system that is seemless and sleek.
We also installed an Epson projection system with a Brightsign player which enables the staff to communicate with patrons about items in the museum, upcoming events, or whatever their needs may be. The Brightsign player can be remotely programmed and updated.
Stairway is also transformed into an information delivery system. Maintaining the red brick theme into the first floor museum.
Here are some ‘Before’ photos.
Cable wall with multiple photos and a timeline for reference.
A Triangle with full panel graphic
Cable wall with timeline and photos on the left, Triangular displays with interactive video & audio components. And artifact display cases that include the red brick theme to tie it all together.