Designed to encourage interest in computer programming, the youth-oriented

first floor of LCM+L includes  interactive exhibits , a  lounge that converts to events

space, and a gift shop and cafe.


The modular wall and furniture system custom designed for the space provides for

 reshuffling of wall units between permanent columns, swap-abilty of inserted cases,

interactive kits  and graphics, and ready storage of mobile furniture and equipment.


Made of parts 3D printed on site, sculptures placed throughout the space make

playful reference to exhibit topics and the lore of computer evolution.


C L I E N T   :   Living Computers: Museum + Labs (LCM+L)

T Y P E   :   10,000 sq. ft. exhibition, events and lounge space

R O L E S   :   Concept designs and designs for implementation, spacial organization,

and designs for modular system of walls and furnishings for exhibition space, and

lounge, cafe, and gift shop.


Partners in development of the space  included  LCM+L, Tiscareno Associates

(architectural shell), NBBJ architects (EGD and narrative graphics), Northwest

Building Tech Inc., and Joshua Levine (fabrication), and WK Interact (murals).

Photography by Lara Swimmer.