The largest attraction of its type in the Gulf, The Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre explores the natural diversity of Abu Dhabi’s desert and its cultural connections. APA led an international team to develop an experience that seamlessly integrates with the building’s complex architecture.
The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum has one of America’s preeminent collections of art and artifacts dealing with the American cowboy and the Western frontier. APA developed an interpretive master plan that redefines the Museum’s conceptual approach to this quintessential American narrative, offering an entirely new way of telling this timeless tale. Reinvigorated gallery […]
The Environment Gallery at TELUS World of Science Edmonton (TWoSE) challenges visitors to ask: how do we know what we know about the environment? In the re-envisioned Gallery, visitors play the scientist to better understand science’s role in environmental debates. The contributions of local scientists makes the big ideas personal, while vibrant and layered graphics, […]
The Museum of Vancouver wanted to rethink its galleries to focus on how Vancouver’s communities have changed over time. Working closely with museum staff, APA designed exhibits and graphics for a range of gallery spaces, with a variety of interactive activities to engage visitors of all ages.