Imagine yourself in your future exhibition space on opening day.
You’re still floating on a wave of congratulations and compliments…
and you take a look around you. It works.
Your exhibition is beautiful, functional, and meaningful. You walk through and hear the echoes of all those months of design workshops, content development sessions, budget meetings and stakeholder consultations… and it hits you: This was fun. It wasn’t easy, but it was fun.
You’re tired, but not exhausted. You’re kind of sorry it’s done, actually.
Does that sound like your kind of opening day?
Double Dare Design can get you there.
Double Dare Design specializes in content-driven exhibit design for a broad range of cultural organizations. From intriguing environments to hands-on experiences, our work has been engaging audiences across North America and the world for over 15 years.
Double Dare Design provided the expertise and guidance we needed to maximize the use of our museum space and elevate our exhibits to a new level of design, professionalism and impact on our audience.Laura Nelson President, Fernie and District Historical Society View Project
Melanie did outstanding industrial and exhibit design work for the H.R. MacMillan Space Centre schematic design project. The overall efforts of the team were very well-received by the client and... Read FullDavid Oswald Principal, DE Design and Environment Inc.
I highly recommend Double Dare Design for any style or scale of project.Jodie Braaten Exhibit Designer, Science World at Telus World of Science View Project
With a very short time frame in which to undertake the Storyeum project, we were forced to design and build concurrently. [Double Dare] rose to every challenge.Robert LaMarre VP Operations, Historical Xperiences View Project
I have known Melanie Greenaway and her company Double Dare Design for over 6 years. Over this time she has demonstrated a commitment to a high level of design, her expertise in balancing the various... Read FullDavid Cunningham Producer, Renewal Project, Building Lead Museum of Anthropology, University of British Columbia