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Philip J. Currie Dinosaur Museum

This world-class dinosaur museum was custom-built to house bones extracted from the Pipestone Creek Dinosaur Bonebed. The striking displays of fossil materials and casts are richly complemented with state-of-the-art digital media and augmented reality to give visitors exclusive glimpses into the world of science and ancient Alberta. Visitors are able to see dinosaurs in action, bring fossils to life, and explore the real work of scientists in the field. (with Teeple Architects) First Prize Winner of the International Design Award in the category of Interior Design, Winner of the Canadian Museums Association Award of Excellence for Exhibitions – Science, and Recognized by Conde Nast Traveller as one of the 10 Biggest Museum Openings of 2015.

Client / Pipestone Creek Dinosaur Initiative
Location / Wembley, Alberta
Size / 38,000 sq ft (building), 15,000 sq ft (exhibits)
Scope / Museum Planning, Architecture Consultation, Exhibit Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design