While Studio Tectonic uses a blend of all-digital techniques for creating renderings of our concepts, we still are fans of hand renderings. This time-lapse shows the finishing touches on a... read more →
It's unavoidable that we think in animations. We've watched them for decades. Video screens at home and in museums are the norm. In a recent exhibition on earthquakes located at... read more →
Opened in 2017, the Colorado State University's Biology Department building engages natural history exhibitions that make natural connections through biophilic design. This video and interview with Seth Frankel (Principal at... read more →
Seth Frankel, Studio Tectonic's principal, is a contributing author to a new professional book entitled Fostering Empathy Through Museums. Published by Rowman & Littlefield, the book release is scheduled for Spring, 2016,... read more →
At 38 minutes, this stunningly lush and poignant video expresses Inge Druckrey's keen sense of learning and teaching young designers. Yet, inspirational for any designer at any level of experience.
Wide ranging cultural institutions often wrestle with when and how to use multiple languages in their exhibitions. As well they should. Any institution, except for those in the most homogenous areas, need... read more →
From fellow exhibit designer, David Perez. Enjoy! See more from David Pérez on Vimeo.
Ian Elsner, podcaster at Museum Archipelago, interviewed Bill Bradberry, the board chairman and president of the Niagara Falls Underground Railroad Heritage Center. Bill introduces the new Center, opening in May,... read more →
Ever wonder about the method to the madness in creating design presentation renderings? A Denver friend/architect, Jim Leggitt, FAIA, put together the Drawing Shortcuts book about 10 years ago and... read more →
I had the opportunity to view the Denver Art Museum Becoming Van Gogh exhibit early this week (now sold out until the end of the exhibition on the 20th of... read more →