The Museum of Natural History




AN EXCITING NEW SPACE TO EXPERIENCE THE WILD ENVIRONMENTS OF THE PAST

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digital rendering of forest immersion room
 


---BACKGROUND





  • From 2000 to 2150, protected lands have declined by 90% nationwide, causing a major drop in green space
  • Only six of these wild locations can be visited by the public, often at large personal expense
  • 93% of American citizens have not visited a wild location in their lifetime, leading to the majority not having the historical or environmental knowledge needed in today’s world



–––PROPOSAL



The travelling Museum of Natural History aims to provide the opportunity to experience the natural wild of the past while still enjoying modern comfort. In our environment rooms, visitors have the ability to interact with their surroundings for a realistic environmental experience.

Possible interactions include:
• sitting under a tree
• listening to nearby birds
• spending time near a babbling brook
• relaxing in a shady grove


---Experience Rooms



“A breathtaking, lifelike way to transport yourself to the old world of deeply wooded forests, crackling branches, and rustling leaves”


-visitor review



digital rendering of proposed forest room


  • Made from processed material for a truly natural experience

  • Digital rendering shows a proposal for the Forest Experience Room, but the aesthetics of experiences can be customized to their building location

  • Tailored for a unique, peaceful experience in nature

  • Cutting edge technology transports visitors to a wild ecosystem that they can enjoy and interact with