Luis Santiago

EXHIBIT DESIGN

PROJECT NAME

Jennings Environmental 

Education Center


ROLE

Exhibit Designer


DATE

2017

Preserving the legacy of Sir Otto Jennings.


This space was vital to the northwestern Pennsylvanian community. It was important to aid the Naturalists in their teaching of general nature themes as well as helping with telling the important stories of the area. These stories included tree tapping, Otto Jennings, the Blazing Star and the Massasauga Snake.

AWARD

NAI Best Interpretive Media, Interior Exhibit, 3rd Place

PROJECT NAME

Beaver Creek Nature Center


ROLE

Exhibit Designer


DATE

2017

A classic Nature room turned into a fun bright and colorful space to encourage guests to learn, take what they learned and go explore.


The challenge with this space was to get all of the Naturalists programs crammed into a space without overcrowding the space. We utilized all the space possible and detailed just about every piece in the space to have not just a singular interpretation.

PROJECT NAME

UW Health


ROLE

Exhibit Designer


DATE

2017

This wall was created to tell the legacy of the University of Wisconsin Health system by highlighting the amazing history of care provided by the university.


The big challenge with this project was getting curved acrylic to curve and fit perfectly into the milled out wall.