DHA’s newest collaboration with the renowned exhibition designers, Casson Mann, has opened at the Frost Science Museum in Miami. The gallery, Feathers to the Stars, tells the story of flight from the evolution of birds to the space race, using a huge range of media & objects from some of the key points in history. The star exhibit is a life-sized model of a feathered dinosaur, Yutyrannosaurus, displaying some of the latest thinking in the appearance & evolution of dinosaurs. The Miami New Times was one of the first to review the new museum, and described it as worth the wait
The Benjamin Franklin Museum is the subject of an article on the Museum + Heritage website this month. Not only is the unique nature of the man discussed, giving rise to a fascinating exhibition about life in Revolutionary America, but also the level of Anglo-American co-operation required to make the project come to fruition. We worked with Casson Mann on this project, and the American curators, Remer & Talbott.
Our recent work for Casson Mann and the National Maritime Museum, the Navy, Nelson & Nation exhibition is covered in a piece by Tom Banks in Design Week. The article describes how the exhibition gives visitors an impression of shipboard life by using spaces with similar dimensions to those experienced by sailors.