Interpretive Master Plan; Exhibit, Graphic and Wayfinding Design, Fabrication and Installation
In the early 1800’s, Thomas Clow and his family settled in the Midwest and began to build a working farm on a 200-acre plot of land on the west bank of the DuPage River. After over 200 years, only three buildings remain to tell the story of this once-thriving farmstead and the people who built it and worked it. Our office was hired to work with a restoration architect and help bring vitality and meaning to a site which long-ago went silent. Our work included an interpretive master plan, interpretive graphics and schematic design for a number of interactive outdoor interpretive stations.