Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography
Photo: Brit Woollard Photography

Naperville, Illinois

Exhibit, Graphic, Wayfinding Design, Fabrication and Installation

Close to the confluence of the East and West branches of the DuPage River, the Naperville Park District built a new interpretive center and trail system to help visitors explore the stories of geological, human and natural history that abound above and below the surface of the earth and water here. We were hired to tell those stories, and did so through large scale 2D and 3D interpretive panels, a circular river tank, an interactive sustainable building model, a walk-through model of the remains of the site’s historic sawmill , as well as deck and trail interpretive signage.