Artifact Center

Spertus Museum of Judaica
Chicago, Illinois

Photography:
Howard N. Kaplan Architectural Photography, Inc.

The design for this children's interactive museum exhibit features a simulated rock out cropping with sand-filled pockets. Artifacts are buried in the pockets for children to find using typical archaeological tools. When children find an artifact, they take it to a booth for identification and dating.

The use of a blue ceiling with indirect lighting and simulated clouds creates an outdoor feel and also enhances the acoustics of the room.

Artifact Center Photo 1 - Antique Lighting, Simulated Natural Stone Flooring Artifact Center Photo 2 - Child Care Area Artifact Center Photo 3 - Simulated Rock Outcropping, Custom Set Design, Simulated Clouds Artifact Center Photo 4 - Simulated Natural Stone Floor, Indirect Lighting
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