The New York Public Library Visitor Center

The New York Public Library’s Visitor Center is a space that invites visitors to learn about the New York Public Library’s legacy, collections and architecture through graphic, tactile and interactive displays. Pure+Applied worked closely with the NYPL team across different elements of the exhibition including; conceptual development, floorplan and elevation design, exhibition design and graphics and several tactile experiences. The aim was to make the experience as accessible as possible which included visual, tactile, aural and multilingual/braille displays. This project was a collaboration with Mecanoo, Beyer Blinder Belle, Upswell and Tactile Studio.

Project Completed at: Pure+Applied
Press: New York Times Feature — LinkedIn