Canadian Museum of History


The museum's grand hall is home to one of the finest collections of totem poles and Pacific coast house facades in Canada. However, high visitor traffic and multipurpose use of the space were exposing these precious artifacts to risk of damage. The solution was to redesign signage and visitor information panels, which now serve as both protective barriers and interpretative supports.

Services
Communication

Clients
Canadian Museum of History

Firm
Architectes
Lupien Matteau Architectes

Location
Gatineau, Québec
2008

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