As usual, creating a fabulous visitor experience formed the heart of our work. Using feedback from visitors of the old science centre, workshops, blogs and outreach with local groups, we created exciting, hands on and extremely engaging exhibits - from personalised oil pipeline grids to a hand-pumped energy shooting gallery. This approach - think, build, test - helped guarantee high levels of interaction among visitors old and young.
Alberta’s tar sands are the third largest oil reserves on earth, after Saudi Arabia and Venezuela.
The world’s largest wind turbine in Hawaii is 20 stories high – with blades the length of a football field.
Bright sparks among groups of children from five to fourteen helped develop and inform our designs, and each exhibit is tactile, tough, and – most important – fun.