The Carl Hayden Visitor Center is a significant stop for visitors to Lake Powell and Arizona’s canyon country region. It orients tourists to the Glen Canyon National Recreation Area and interprets the storied natural and cultural history of the region. APA is working to develop new exhibits for the busy interpretive center by weaving together […]
The Calgary Stampede has been celebrating southern Alberta’s western values and heritage for over 100 years through educational offerings, youth programs and one of the largest competitive rodeos in the world. The new SAM Western Heritage Centre will be a flagship project for the Calgary Stampede. APA’s concept design weaves together dynamic interactive experiences with […]
The new Sapperton Pump Station protects the health of local waterways by moving raw sewage to a wastewater treatment plant. APA designed outdoor interpretation for this piece of infrastructure. Durable and engaging, the experiences help visitors connect their actions at home with the consequences at the site and downstream.
Kennecott has been a copper mine, mill and ghost town. Now it’s a National Historic Landmark. The NPS wanted a site-wide experience that would not impact its historical character. APA’s approach centers on two principles: “use a light touch” and “help visitors distinguish between old and new.” Mobile devices and the visitor center deliver deep […]
The Katirvik Cultural Center engages its community as a place where Native elders and youth can come together to sustain their unique culture. APA designed dynamic exhibits that are flexible and modular so the community can contribute to the story for generations to come.
Save the Redwoods League is restoring a former lumber mill site to a pristine ecosystem. APA’s interpretive plan encourages visitors to explore the majestic redwood tree from many perspectives and investigate their relationship to the tallest, oldest living organisms in the world.
APA designed settings with hands-on, full body experiences that immerse visitors in the science of flight, astronomy and space exploration. Visitors engage with the technology behind the evolution of flight, from hot air balloons to modern rockets, and explore the cosmos beyond a space station simulator.
The new San Gabriel River Discovery Center will be located on a precious piece of green space in Los Angeles County. The center will interpret the natural and cultural history of the San Gabriel River watershed through indoor and outdoor interpretive experiences. Exhibits will encourage visitors to explore the different habitat areas and wildlife supported […]