Studio Tectonic and Plan One Architects were recently awarded the design for a new visitor center and 2,000 sq. ft. exhibit for the Teton Scenic Byways. Located in Driggs, Idaho, this center will focus on the “quiet side” of the Teton Mountain Range. It will feature the rich natural and social history of the area […]
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Studio Tectonic has completed the design and implementation of five displays for USA Cycling in Colorado Springs. This quick turn-around project includes showcases each of the five competitive bicycle disciplines. Objects include bicycles ridden Olympians during their medal rides, as well as images and content showcasing the history of the disciplines. View this project on […]
Pleased to report that the Boulder History Museum was just awarded this terrific honor for its hard work. The award is presented at the MPMA annual conference – this year in October in Corpus Christi, Texas. So…Studio Tectonic’s completed exhibitions have a 100% track record of award recognition (insert giggle here).
The upcoming Chief Niwot exhibition at the Boulder History Museum was previewed in the Sunday Boulder Daily Camera. Here’s the article (the newspaper incorrectly identified me as being directly part of the museum, not a consultant, fyi.). Click on the thumbnails for an overview of the page. If you want to read in detail, then […]
Studio Tectonic’s latest exhibition project is set to open at the Boulder History Museum. Check out this video produced by the Daily Camera which features both myself and the museum’s executive director, Nancy Geyer. The exhibit opens to the public on May 25, 2012. I’ll post a few blog entries and announcements as the exhibition […]
Studio Tectonic recently installed a thermostat designed by Bould Design for Nest. Here’s a bit from the nest.com blog posting… Every time I see a photo of the Nest Learning Thermostat, it’s exciting. It doesn’t matter how many I see. We designed Nest to blend into any decor, and it’s fascinating to see our thermostat […]