Development of a new museum and visitor center building nestled into the contextual surroundings. Space houses a cyclorama comprised of the largest oil painting in North America and the a/v experience built around it.
140,000 sf, completed 2008
Transformation of a cultural center into a place of pilgrimage, encounter with God, and veneration of Saint John Paul II. Permanent exhibit and support spaces, changing exhibit gallery, enclosure of the winter garden, renovation of the chapel, and creation of the Redemptor Hominis Church.
17,600 sf, completed 2015
Rehabilitation of 140+ acres and enhancement of 1.8+ miles of trails that guide visitors meaningfully through an experience of battle scenes from platform vistas. Current visitation levels far exceed the capacity of trails, encouraging visitors to stray from authorized trails which causes damage to natural and cultural resources.
The Hershey Story visitor center and museum houses the story of Milton S. Hershey and also includes a popular new chocolate café, an exciting interactive chocolate lab, and a large gallery for changing exhibits. The project was designed to match the context of the historical downtown.
50,000 sf, completed in 2008