In April of 2012, Condit completed a new exhibit at Cherry Hills Country club in Denver, Colorado. The new clubhouse museum exhibit for members and guests features a Hall of Champions. There are “glass cases hanging on the wall showcase artifacts from each of the club’s major events, from Phil Mickelson’s US Amateur win in 1990 to the 1993 U.S. Senior Open Victory of Jack Nicklaus and more,” said Jason Deegan in a recent article for the Golf Channel. We are proud to have helped create this exhibit that helps to deliver the sense of tradition and history at Cherry Hills.
Jason Deegan of the Golf Channel recently took a walk through of a new museum exhibit at Cherry Hills Country Club and declared that “…(no other course) gave me the sense of history and tradition like Cherry Hills.” When designing the exhibit, Condit and Cherry Hills wanted to match the architectural style while remaining consistent with its legendary history. We, and the Golf Channel apparently, believe that was accomplished. Dr. Lew Blakely, a USGA rules official, who has literally seen hundreds of Clubs and numerous historical exhibits around the world said “…the displays have the qualities of a first rate museum while retaining the attention of both the causal observer and someone more academically inclined.” Cherry Hills hosted the 2012 US Amateur and will be hosting the 2014 BMW Championship.
In conjunction with the National Center for Atmospheric Research, Condit has created a new museum exhibit that helps to harness the power and awe of atmospheric events. The NCAR Exhibit is located in Boulder, Colorado at the Mesa Lab and gets about 70,00 visitors a year. The project was awarded to Condit at the end of 2011 for the design, fabrication, and installation.
The exhibit highlights weather and utilizes the technology and skilled scientists who work at NCAR. The design process was a direct collaboration between NCAR and Condit designers. Because of that collaboration, the exhibit includes many interactive experiences. There are touchscreens that allow visitors to explore the atmosphere in more detail, real clouds, and an eight-foot-tall tornado that push visitors to participate with the exhibit and gain a better understanding of how our weather works.
For more information, check out this article from NCAR.
Condit is honored to have worked on this fantastic show at the Denver Art Museum, building and installing the full range of display platforms for the exhibit that will be travelling the world.
Yves Saint Laurent: The Retrospective is by the Foundation Pierre Bergé-Yves Saint Laurent in collaboration with the Denver Art Museum. This exciting new tour is not only coming to Denver but is travelling the world showing off the designers 40 years of creativity. The DAM will be the only United States venue for the exhibition.
Find out more from the Denver Post then go down to the Denver Art Museum and check it out from Sunday March 25 – July 8.
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