Whiting School of Engineering, Computational Science Building Wall ExhibitJohns Hopkins Press, Interior Displays and Signage
Whiting School of Engineering, Computational Science Building Wall Exhibit
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In the Fall of 2007 the Computational Science and Engineering Building, a new kind of building, went up on the Homewood Campus and marked a new paradigm for how research would be done in the school of Engineering and across the University. The Dean of Engineering requested a permanent exhibition to tell a story of collaboration, exploration and education for residents of the building and visitors alike. The result was a dynamic multi-media approach with flexible content that can be updated to keep up with the constant flow of new innovations from Engineering. The contemporary, open architecture inspired us to use a variety of materials that reflected those used in the building's interior; cables, revealed hardware, glass-like fins, and custom concrete pedestals made by collaborating with the same contractor who created the floors.