Fire Safety Classroom

New York City Fire Museum
New York City, NY
Office
Peter Hyde Design
Team
Peter Hyde, Lead Exhibit Designer
James Silva, Senior Graphic Designer
David Catalano, Senior Exhibit Designer
Interactive Design
Moey Inc.
Size
400 SF
Status
Concept Design Completed, Currently Fund-Raising


Exhibit Design, Graphic Design, Project Managment

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  • The New York City Fire Museum is dedicated to the premise that fire safety education can save lives. The exhibit concept design by Peter Hyde Design provides a plan to upgrade the New York City Fire Museum’s fire safety apartment by incorporating state of the art interactive exhibits that will enforce fire safety and prevention education.  Modernizing the mock apartment will transform a static space into an exciting learning environment. The new exhibit will deliver a visitor experience that is engaging and enjoyable while it presents life-saving information in a way that resonates with visitors from young to old. Most importantly, the upgrade will allow the New York City Fire Museum to serve more New York City schoolchildren, community members and global visitors.