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green carnival Liberty Science Center

by INKI KIM


Science Museum Exhibit Green Carnival aims to create such a fun, dynamic and play-based learning environment by offering hands-on, interactive experiences for children to improve their understanding of clean energy.

In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design


Concept Development 144'

Carnival Visitor Flow –Biomass Skymaster

Check-In

–Solar Power Carousel –Main Power Generator “The Sun” 80'

“Solar Leaves” (4) ea.

Clean Energy Ride Stations

Core Area

–Interactive ticket center –Energy Jump

Check-Out

Entrance

–Wind Power Bumper Boats –Ticket Return Kiosk –Energy Donation

–Hydropower Roller Coaster

Exit

As inspired by a typical visitor flow at a local carnival, the exhibit will be using the four key concept words: Check-in, Core, Clean Energy Ride Stations and Checkout through a storytelling narrative.

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General Exhibit Plan 1/8" = 1'

audience

• Primary Audience Children (ages 7 to 14) and their parents

client

• Liberty Science Center

venue

• Liberty Science Center First Floor – 11,520 sq. ft.


Zone 1. Check - In

“Spot” from PowerLeap

Wheelchair Accessible “Rolling” instead of “Jumping”

A ticket = Value of clean energy = Play money to enjoy all energy ride stations • See 1. Oversized carnival tent and colorful jump floors in a playful atmosphere 2. Immediate graphic result of the energy jumping on interactive floor • Do 1. Obtain tickets with visitors’ own energy while having fun 2. The amount of electricity just made will be recorded in their tickets. Entrance

• Learn New clean energy technology converts wasted energy from human foot traffic into electricity. Piezoelectric technology + advanced circuitry design

Exit


Zone 2. Core Area

Ride “The Sun Wheel”

Tilt Solar Leaf to face The Sun Wheel to recharge the ticket

As the main power generator, “The Sun Wheel” has the most important responsibility for every exhibit element.

• See 1. Eye catching entry Icon “The Sun Wheel” 2. Real time energy monitoring kiosks “Solar Leaves” • Do 1. Check the energy balance of their tickets 2. Tilt “Solar Leaf” to face “The Sun Wheel” to recharge their tickets 3. Ride “The Sun Wheel” • Learn 1. How to optimize solar panels 2. Anticipated supporting clean energy from outside. (e.g. Solar panel roof of Liberty Science Center parking lot)

Entrance

Exit


Zone 3. Clean Energy Ride Stations

Explore various hands–on interactive features that provide ideas how our favorite nostalgic carnival rides could work by clean energy • See 1. Four different types of clean energy based on nostalgic carnival rides 2.Each ride station is stylized with its own significant color theme to represent each natural source of energy.

• Do 1. Enjoy clean energy rides 2. Experience an interactive and educational media kiosk of each station

• Learn How clean energy technology works to generate enough electricity to support energyefficiency Entrance

Exit


Zone 4. Check-Out

Returning tickets will remind people the value of clean energy by the form of Left–over energy donation. • See 1. How much energy the audience generated / saved / wasted 2. The summary of the audience’s energy journey in Green Carnival • Do Return their tickets, and leftover energy will be donated to Main Power Generator “The Sun Wheel” in Core Area. • Learn 1. Remind visitors of the value of clean energy 2. Understand the benefits created by clean energy, such as environmental benefits, financial benefits and economic benefits

Entrance

Exit


Exhibit Graphics I

Wayfinding System

green carnival

Liberty Science Center

green carnival

Liberty Science Center Poster

Visual Identity System


Exhibit Graphics II

Floor Graphics

Ceiling Banners

Solar Power Solar power is the conversion of sunlight into electricity, either directly using photovoltaics (PV), or indirectly using concentrated solar power (CSP). Concentrated solar power systems use lenses or mirrors and tracking systems to focus a large area of sunlight into a small beam. Photovoltaics convert light into electric current using the photoelectric effect.

Interactive Kiosks

Hydropower

Biomass

Wind Power

Hydropower or water power is power derived from the energy of falling water and running water, which may be harnessed for useful purposes.

Biomass is biological material from living, or recently living organisms, most often referring to plants or plant-derived materials.

Wind power is the conversion of wind energy into a useful form of energy

Since ancient times, hydropower has been used for irrigation and the operation of various mechanical devices, such as watermills, sawmills, textile mills, dock cranes, domestic lifts, power houses and paint making.

As a renewable energy source, biomass can either be used directly, or indirectly—once or converted into another type of energy product such as biofuel. Biomass can be converted to energy in three ways: thermal conversion, chemical conversion, and biochemical conversion.

Such as using wind turbines to make electrical power, windmills for mechanical power, wind pumps for water pumping or drainage, or sails to propel ships. Wind power, as an alternative to fossil fuels, is plentiful, renewable, widely distributed, clean, produces no greenhouse gas emissions during operation and uses little land.

Energy Jump

Energy Donation

Buy tickets with your own electricity just made. The amount of electricity, you just made by jumping, will be recorded in your tickets to play other rides.

Return your ticket to donate left-over energy. Review the summary of your energy journey.


Food Expo Exhibit

To design an interactive exhibit to enlighten the significant cultural character of the Kimbap as one of the most popular Korean dishes. In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design

Commonly called Korean sushi, “Kimbap” is a popular Korean dish made from seasoned rice and various ingredients rolled in seaweed, and served in bite size slices.


Concept Development

Variety Enjoyable Collective Memory

Decorative

Emotions Function

Sociable

Colorful

Sense/Sensory

To Go Region Green Design

People / Crowd Environment

Elaborate Composition Detail

Life/ Love

Education

Material : Rolled Bamboo Mat

Function : Rolled Screen , LED Strips

Color/ Graphic : Balck Opal

Kimbap has many dominate features that attract potential diners such as the rolled shape, beautiful colors of its various ingredients and it’s a sociable food.

Feature : Video Wall (IAC building)

Theme : Educational / fun


Visitor Experience ZONE A

The design theme ranges from interactive entertainment and an educational experience for neighboring visitors seeking to experience Kimbap. “Food is our common ground, a universal experience.“ (James Beard).

ZONE B

ZONE A - Entertainment

ZONE B - Educational Experience

Games/ Activities - “Ingredients push buttons” to complete Kimbap - Convenient Lunch box vending Machine - Experience bamboo mat to learn how to roll Kimbap

Information Kiosk / Video Wall - Detailed recipe - Nutrition facts of each ingredient - Chef Interview videos

Kimbap Exhibition in Flushing Meadows Corona Park


Levis Trade show Exhibit

To design an effective trade show exhibit for LEVI STRAUSS & CO., shapes their intangible marketing messages into a solid presence that increases company visibility, attracts prospects, and hosts their customers.

In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design

A belt One good way to make sure your jeans don’t slip is to have a belt that fits you perfectly. My seed idea came from the reinterpretation of “a belt”, which holds jeans up everyday in a supporting aspect..

“Our retailers, go forth. We support your business!” -LEVI STRAUSS & CO.


Concept Development “Come & Pick up your buckle!”

“You are so special to us!”

-LEVI STRAUSS & CO.

-LEVI STRAUSS & CO.

Bent Acrylic + Wood Veneer

Pre-Show Visitor Contact: a belt strip

Post-Show Visitor Contact: a buckle Plywood (adhered w. bio-resin)

L E VI’ S hope invention

“Go Forth” creativity progressive change

invention / riveted clothing by Jacob Davis effortless cool most recognizable jeanswear pioneering

accessories classic American style Levi Strauss

[BACK VIEW]

innovative spirit

Oversized Legible Signs on top

more than 110 countries

Screen walls

CK

“Wear the Pants.”

perfecting khakis

LEVI STRAUSS &CO.

launched in 2003

Originality

“Superior Fit, Comfort and Style”

masculinity

No compromises in quality enduring brand

authentic khaki Just versatile,essential style

a new and improved Signature Khaki line

value

Integrity

vintage-inspired finishes the ideal fit for families

Empathy Courage

affordable prices jackets skirts

Soft Khakis collection More styles. New fits. Bold colors. “Khaki is back”

distinctive products

RE

the essential goods

SI

TU NA

DO

S

G

ER

Levi's® Curve ID™-SHAPE

men, women and children

Walmart, Kmart and Meijer

Belt buckles for impact branding

exceptional durability

shirts premium heavy-weight denim non-denim pants

[FRONT VIEW]

- Over-all structure: bi-level “belts” shape - 3 brands engaged in one boundary “ a belt ” - Make a space by tighten / loosen belts


Space Plan entrance / exit

‘buckle’ screen - aisle impression

Licensed selling center

check-in

conference room

conference room

Woman’s product selling center

storage Overall 3 Brands Impression

storage

storage Men’s product selling center

Licensed selling center

large graphic impression

storage

conference room

check-in entrance / exit

entrance / exit

conference room

‘buckle’ screen - aisle impression

exit / entrance entrance / exit

[North]

check-in

Licensed selling center

16’

conference room [West]

Overall 3 Brands Impression

[East]

100’

Men’s product selling center

[South]

Woman’s product selling center

storage

Licensed selling center

storage

check-in entrance / exit

conference room


Visitor Experience

Men’s Product Selling Center

Men’s Product Selling Center


Weeksville Heritage Center

HI

ENT NM O VIR Built Environment EN Technology Students

African American

Indoor Research Residence Media Lab

Classroom

Vanguard Collection Outdoor

Region Education Slave / Freedom

CONNECTIONS

Workshop Resource Center Freedom

VIS UA LP

Heritage-Based Botanic Collections Multiplicity

AUTHENTICITIY TRADITION

Oasis

Garden Party

ECOLOGY

Family Day Environment Green Design

Games Concert

Subversive Humor

Jazz

Performance Space Engaging w. Audience Catwalk

CARE

Group Activity

Entertainment

RTS ING A RM FO ER

Preservation

Y OR ST

BU ILT

By providing a redeveloped of expanded multi-use town park, WHC will engage community to preserve and share their heritage more effectively.

Emotion Sense/Sensory Culture

ENJOYMENT VARIETY

In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design


Concept Development Scope 1: Multi-purpose Outdoor Stage Canopy History

Canopy / Sunshade (Bamboo)

Hanging Screens; Show contents about - History(Educational) - Jazz (Entertainment) - Branding

Authenticity

Cat-walk ; Get closer to Audience

Connections

Enjoyment

Focused Zone : Connections

- ENJOYMENT “We always have a great time when we go.”

Scope 2. Community Seed Lending Library

Sunshade (Bamboo - wall) Completely open space

- VARIETY “There’s always something new to see or do. - AUTHENTICITY “The people there are knowledgeable, and share well researched facts in acompelling way. - TRADITION “WHC preserves and carries forward what matters. - CARE “WHC is welcoming,accessible, well-cared for and friendly. - CONNECTIONS “WHC enlarges and enriches an understanding of life.”

Sunshade semi transcluent

*Recessed Seed Cabinet

Cylinder Shape - (booth like) *Modular System - Having multiple units for two functional spaces : SWAP & LENDING

Semi-open space (half- close)

Organic Shape

Vent Plywood


Scope 1. New outdoor stage canopy

50’

100% Acrylic Canvas or Polyester

*Form inspired by planting a seedling supporting poles

50’ [TOP]

Collapsible Aluminum

25’ Modular Seating

Bent Acrylic+Wood Veneer 50’ [FRONT]

[EXPLODED VIEW]

[SIDE]

- Hanging projection screens (w. Video Projector) ; To provide educational / entertainment experience - Transformable / KD modular construction design ; To be capable of reconfigured for other locations and venues - Circular shaped public seatings ; More engaged with audiences since a stage is located in center. - Organic shaped sun-shade ; Aesthetic coherence w. green yard/ garden party/ seed farm.

- New outdoor stage will allow WHC to expand their offerings of high quality experimental performance. 1. Music and dance 2. Contemporary art exhibitions 3. Intellectual activities, including conferences and classes 4. As well as preservation, and Green programs.


Scope 2. Community Seed Lending Library [TOP]

10’

18’ [FRONT]

Lending

[SIDE]

Swap

12’

10’

Lending & Swap 1. Seed swaps, in which library members or the public meet and exchange seeds. 2. Seed "lending," in which people check out seed from the library's collection, grow them, save the seed,and return seed from the propagated plants to the library. 3. To preserve agricultural biodiversity by focusing on rare, local, and heirloom seed varieties 4. To disseminate seeds to the public which preserves the shared plant varieties through propagation and further sharing of seed.


New wayfinding system will:

(1) provide accurate expectations of visitors’ experiences, and (2) give a sense of priorities to help visitors develop their own plans. Sign Types at a glance (3/4” = 1’)

In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design

12’-4” Animation Now – Jan. 4, 2013

3F

Traveling

EXHIBIT Art of Science Now – Mar. 17, 2013

8’-4”

Don’t Miss!

4F

Skyscraper!

1F

Communication I Explore

2F

Eat and Be Eaten Infection Connection Touch Tunnel Breakthrough

3F

Energy Quest Our Hudson Home Wonder Why Got Power?

4F

“Stretched Boundaries of Science”

Permanent

EXHIBIT

Favorites!

7’

S E A T Engraved on the globe is a star map of the first second of the Millennium as viewd from this positionon earth.

BILL & MARY BUCHEN (2000)

TY SCIENCE C E N T LIBER E R

SATURN

4’-7” 4’


1. Combination Sign (Manual + Directional) Supporting Outdoor Installations

SATURN

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S E A T

PROPOSED SIGN LOCATION 7’

Engraved on the globe is a star map of the first second of the Millennium as viewd from this positionon earth.

BILL & MARY BUCHEN (2000)

TY SCIENCE C E N T LIBER E R

pantone: 390 cmyk: 18/0/100/6 rgb: 63.3/62.5/15.4

[Top View] 4’

1. To give accurate expectation of experience SIGN INSTALLED AT SITE

FULL SCALE MOCK-UP

2. To get people in right direction to next step


2. Permanent / Traveling Exhibits (Orientation Sign) Supporting Traveling Exhibits 4’- 6”

pantone: 311C

Animation Now – Jan. 4, 2013

3F

Traveling

black cmyk: 0/0/0/100 rgb: 0/0/0 pantone: 716C

EXHIBIT 4’

Art of Science Now – Mar. 17, 2013

4F

grey cmyk: 0/0/0/40 rgb: 167/169/172

PROPOSED SIGN LOCATION

Don’t Miss! Skyscraper!

1F

Communication I Explore

2F

Eat and Be Eaten Infection Connection Touch Tunnel Breakthrough

3F

Energy Quest Our Hudson Home Wonder Why Got Power?

4F

Permanent

EXHIBIT

Favorites! 1. To suggest a priority to visitors SIGN INSTALLED AT SITE

USING STAIRS FOR GRAPHIC

2. To organize visitors’ schedules


3. Public Restroom Sign Effective Identifier

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PROPOSED SIGN LOCATION 8”

7”

1. Using Gender Icons SIGN INSTALLED AT SITE

2. Aesthetic Coherence


Showcase Design : Beatles’ Drum Set

In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design

- Gobo -

“Beatles Walking through the Light”


Plan & Elevations L2 x(3)

L4: LED Screen Walls

L2 x(3)

L1: White Spotlight to illuminate the product from the top (Recessed in ceiling) L2: Blue Spotlights to illuminate the product from the back (Recessed in angled wall)

L3 (w. Gobo)

L3: LED projectors + Gobos to illumunate various colored Beatles’ Silhouettes on

both walls.

L4: Four LED Screen Walls to illumunate 4 vivid colors and Beatles’ Silhouettes. L3 (w. Gobo) L1

L3 (w. Gobo)

20’

20’

L3 (w. Gobo)

L1

L3 (w. Gobo)

L3 (w. Gobo)

L3 (w. Gobo)

L3 (w. Gobo)

L3 (w. Gobo) L2 [Top View]

20’ L1 L3 (w. Gobo) x(3)

15’ L2

L2

L2

15’

L4: LED Screen Walls (4) Pieced L2

Angled Temporary Wall for Recessed Lighting

L3 (w. Gobo)

L2

L2 L2

L2 [Front View]

[Side View]


In Ki Kim FIT Graduate Exhibition Design

3 Different Scenes of Benz Showcase - 1. Strong / Sharp L5 (wall-mounted)

L4

L5 (wall-mounted)

Aluminum Brand Logo

L5

L2

L5

L4 L6 (w. Gobo)

L6 (w. Gobo) L7

L5

L5 L1 (w/Gobo)

L3

L3

On: L1 - L2 - L7

L1: Using ERS + Gobo to

illumunate Benz’s logos on the floor.

L2: Using LED based track lights to illuminate both front/ back.

+

Back: Aluminum Brand Logo

Gobo

L1 (w/Gobo)

L7: 3” diameter recessed inground fixture to illuminate the product in the displaycase.


2. Futuristic L5 (wall-mounted)

L4

L5 (wall-mounted)

Aluminum Brand Logo

L5

L2

L5

L4 L6 (w. Gobo)

L6 (w. Gobo) L7

L5

L5 L1 (w/Gobo)

L3

On: L3 - L4

L3: LED Spot lighting to give uturistic blue in the room for an electronic feeling.

L4: Custom Lighting - Using Full-size LED Module Emblem Background to illumunate Benz’s logo and the product in the displaycase.

L1 (w/Gobo)

L3


3. Stylish L5 (wall-mounted)

L4

L5 (wall-mounted)

L5

L2

L5

L4 L6 (w. Gobo)

L6 (w. Gobo) L7

L5

L5 L1 (w/Gobo)

L3

L3

On: L5 - L6 - L7

L5:

LED in-ground uplights Three (Green), Three (Red)

L6: LED projector + Gobo to illumunate two colored Benz’s logos on walls.

L1 (w/Gobo)

L7: 3” diameter recessed inground fixture to illuminate the product in the displaycase.


Plan & Elevations L4

L5 (wall-mounted)

Aluminum Brand Logo

L4: Custom Lighting

L5 (wall-mounted)

A L5

L2

L5

L4

A: Aluminum Brand Logo/ The Product in Display

20’

[Side View]

L6 (w. Gobo)

L6 (w. Gobo)

LED Module ( Same Shape as A )

L7

L1 (w/Gobo) L5

L5 L1 (w/Gobo)

L3

L3

20’ L2

L1 (w/Gobo)

L3

L1 (w/Gobo)

L6 (w. Gobo)

L2

Aluminum Brand Logo

[Top View]

L1 (w/Gobo)

L5

L6 (w. Gobo)

L6 (w. Gobo)

15’

Aluminum Brand Logo

L5

Custom Lighting (LED Emblem Background)

15’

L4

L4

L5

L4 L4 L5

L7

L5

[Front View]

L5

L7

L5

[Side View]



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