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AldrichPears Associates

AldrichPears Associates is an interpretive planning and exhibit design firm based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. They specialize in developing immersive, interactive and hands-on interpretive experiences for mission-driven museums, science centers, interpretive centers, zoos, aquariums, botanical gardens, and children’s museums around the world. AldrichPears Associates is best known for designing the exhibits at the Desert Living Center at the Las Vegas Springs Preserve, Nevada, a LEED-certified project that explores sustainable living in the desert[1] and the Museo del Acero, a steel museum housed in a restored blast furnace, at Parque Fundidora. This museum interprets the scientific and cultural history of steelmaking in Mexico.[2]

Profile

Ron Pears and Phil Aldrich founded AldrichPears Associates in 1979. The company has grown steadily and now employs 30 content developers, graphic designers and exhibit designers.[3] In 2007, after 11 years with AldrichPears, Isaac Marshall became the third principal of the firm.[4] They are a full service firm that works with informal learning institutions from the initial conceptual planning phases of a project through design development and the final building contract and administration phases.

Recent Work

AldrichPears has been internationally recognized for its design work on many projects. They are well known in North America for their work and are gaining a strong foothold in the global market with projects in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.[5]

Interpretive Centers

Museums and Cultural Centers

Zoos and Aquariums

Science centers

References

  1. ^ Beth Rogers. "Pointing the Way", SEGDesign, Society for Environmental Graphic Design, May 2008
  2. ^ , January 2008Architectural RecordBeth Broome. "Museo del Acero Horno³",
  3. ^ Glen Korstrom. "BC is now a global player in exhibit design", Business in Vancouver, April 2005
  4. ^ "Whoo's News", BC Roundup, British Columbia Museums Association, Spring 2007
  5. ^ Peter Mitham. "BC Expertise changes landscape – at home and abroad", BC Advantage, 2008
  6. ^ Tillamook Forest Center
  7. ^ Themed Attractions Association
  8. ^ Derrick Penner. “City firm designs Vegas water park: Nature preserve highlights conservation ideas”, Vancouver Sun, Feb 28, 2007
  9. ^ Southeastern Green
  10. ^ Science North
  11. ^ , May 2008Canadian Architecture"Nk'Mip Desert Cultural Centre: Governor General's Medal Winner",
  12. ^ , 2008Architecture BC“Old Bricks, Green Fix”,
  13. ^ "Exploration, Investigation, Expression", Themed Entertainment Association Awards, 2007
  14. ^ Artsbeat, April 2009Dave Itzkoff. "Green Design for Children's Museum", 'T'he New York Times
  15. ^ Alix Noble. "Keeping Community in Mind", BC Roundup, British Columbia Museums Association, Summer 2007
  16. ^ "THEA Award for Outstanding Achievement: Zoo Exhibit", Themed Entertainment Association Awards, 2007
  17. ^ , January 2008Architectural RecordBeth Broome. "Museo del Acero Horno³",

External links

  • Company website
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