From initial concepts to exhibit and graphic design to construction and installation, Warner Museum never loses sight of that crucial concept. The result is an unforgettable experience from a story worth telling.
We work with historic sites, museums, parks, and other related groups to create a comprehensive visitor experiences. Planning can include master planning, thematic development, branding, feasibility studies, educational programming, script writing and more.
Once initial programmatic requirements are identified schematic design will be developed through sketches and computer modeling and animation. These concepts will be used to refine the overall experience with regard to lighting, materials, and flow of the space.
All display cases fabricated are custom designed, engineered and constructed based on your specific needs. Methods of display can vary from exposed interactive displays to hermetically sealed environments with desiccant chambers and UV filtered lighting.
Once a project has been fully staged at our facility for final fit and finish adjustments the components are disassembled and relocated to their final location. Our clients benefit by having many of the carpenters responsible for the construction of the exhibits personally onsite to oversee and engage in its installation.