Hawaiian Hall at Bishop Museum  /  Honolulu, Hawaii

Art director for exhibitions and media. 

Finalist, 2010 Industrial Design Excellence Awards (IDEA)

Completed at Ralph Appelbaum Associates.
Photographs © Group Delphi and Linny Morris.


Founded in 1889, the Bishop Museum is home to the world’s largest collection of Polynesian cultural and scientific artifacts. We sought to interpret Hawaiian history and culture from a native perspective for the first time in history; to restore and make accessible a historic structure; and to build audience and strengthen community relationships. Hawaiian Hall, 12,000 sf in size, is considered a masterwork of late Victorian museum design. Opened 2008.

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