January 2nd, 2013

Museum of Mathematics Revisited

In June of 2011, Daniel & I measured the space in NYC’s Madison Square Park that was to become The Museum of Mathematics – known as MoMath. We were contracted by BKSK Architects to provide floors plans, elevations, and piping plans for the basement and first floor.  We also provided a Revit Model

Render Section view through basement and ground level

(a good example of our ‘Floor Plan Only’ option in Services)  The MoMath officially opened in Mid December, 2012.  I had a chance to visit the other day.  The museum looks great – a wonderfully interactive experience for children and adults alike. There were a couple glitches. A few of the interactive displays were down and the entry ticket kiosks wouldn’t take credit cards, but all in all it was super cool.

Here are a couple before and after photos:



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