Perot Museum

Energy Hall Structure and Media Design

Design of media branding and graphics, installation walls, and user interface and os concepts.


Working with Paul Bernhard Exhibits we were tasked with incorporating graphics, interactive media, and architecture into a singular experience that was related through wayfinding and branding. Themes were used to create identity across spatial and experiential features. Walls that undulated worked alongside displays that had coordinated timeout screens that would oscillate geometric graphics to create an environment that was more immersive than a traditional museum kiosk experience. All manufacturing of interior structures were modeled and documented for custom milling, fabrication, construction including considerations for installation. Interactive experiences within the exhibits utilized a family of icons, colors, and geometries that added an additional layer of identity throughout the exhibit hall.


Graphic branding was used to subtly introduce way finding through geometric brands and color variation.
Digital media displays throughout the exhibits were designed to have a shared interactive timeout screen animation
Colors, icons, and group relationships were developed and used in both analog and digital form.