projects portfolio

Durham History Hub

project type: fabrication

The Museum of Durham History just opened the doors to the Durham History Hub, located in downtown Durham, NC. The museum building, which was once a bus stop, has transformed into a “hub” where visitors can learn how to explore the history, community, and diversity of Durham.

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Grifols, History of the Clayton Site

project type: fabrication , graphics

The History of the Clayton Site Exhibit is on display for Grifols employees, clients, and visitors. Two stations in the timeline display interactive testimonials from current and past employees.

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DuPont State Recreational Forest

project type: fabrication , graphics

Design Dimension designed the welcome exhibit in the new Aleen Steinberg Center, which serves as an orientation hub for new and repeat visitors.

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Children's Museum of W-S: Food Lion Exhibit

project type: fabrication , graphics , museums

Check out the updated design of the Food Lion Grocery Store exhibit in the Children’s Museum of Winston-Salem!

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Chatham Historical Museum

project type: fabrication , graphics , museums

The Chatham Historical Museum was unveiled in the reopening of the Chatham County Courthouse in April of 2013.

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Gorges State Park Visitor Center

project type: graphics , museums

Gorges State Park Visitor Center exhibits in Sapphire, North Carolina, include exhibit stations about geography, geology, and history of the inhabitants. This interactive visitor center features larger than life scenes, relief maps, real-time rain gauges, and an electronic postcard station.

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Pfizer Lobby Exhibit - Sanford, NC

project type: fabrication , graphics , projects

The Pfizer lobby exhibit is unique to it’s Sanford site as the story explains the technical process of Pfizer, the spirit of the people, and the relationship of the company to the community and to the world.

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North Carolina Veteran’s Park

project type: fabrication , graphics , museums , projects

35,000 dog tags were hung from the ceiling of the Visitors Center in the shape of a catenary arch, representing veterans who gave their lives during the Korean War.

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