In line with our philosophy on education, we’re often hired to produce educational materials informing our community of its past. We have vast experience developing materials in various media, including historical interpretive panels; context reports and book-length photo essays; documentary videos; instructive preservation manuals; historical brochures; and historic residence signs for recently listed historic homes.
In partnership with Alchemy of Design, we’re currently developing a series of historical interpretive displays to be erected inside a World War II Navy aviation hangar.This work includes 12 enormous ceramic interpretive murals and 20 smaller interpretive panels. Through this formidable undertaking, the murals will tell the pre-military and aviation history of Marine Corps Base Hawaii, Kaneohe Bay.
Rendering showing some of the historical interpretive murals planned for the interior of a World War II Navy aviation hangar
Interpretive signage installed at Pier 12
Historic Hawaii Foundation