Museums & Interpretive
Discovery Cube Los Angeles
- Client: Discovery Science Foundation
- 11,000 Square Feet
Discovery Cube Los Angeles (DCLA) is an entirely new, 71,000 sq. ft. children’s science museum developed by the Discovery Science Foundation. Opened in Nov. 2014, it is the San Fernando Valley’s first science and exploration museum, and already ranks as one of the most technically advanced and regionally relevant science museums in the world. Its science-based exhibits seek to further the Discovery Science Foundation’s goals of promoting STEM Proficiency, Early Learning, Healthy Living and Environmental Stewardship.
Continuing our multi-year collaboration with the Discovery Science Foundation, Cinnabar provided Concept Development, Fabrication and Installation of 11,000 sq. ft. of exciting interactive exhibits: Discovery Market, Race to Zero Waste, Inspector Training Course, Planetary Research Station, Making the Grade & Early Learners Zone.
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