Barrie Projects was chosen to redevelop the Library’s historic Brett Hall into a flexible exhibition space to accommodate both traveling exhibits and exhibits generated by the CPL staff. BP developed a system of flexible exhibition display units that could serve multiple types of exhibits. The first exhibit in the space highlighted the Library’s collection of Shakespearean books, prints, costumes and playbills on the occasion of the 400th birthday of the Bard.
(To be completed early 2020). Barrie Projects has been key player in the development of the first official United States Olympic Museum since its inception in 2013. Barrie Projects did the Feasibility Study for the Colorado Springs based facility. As the project has progressed, Barrie Projects has led the selection process for the museum’s architectural and exhibit design teams. Currently, the Barrie Projects team is working on the development of the museums content and exhibit design. The museum is scheduled to open in 2019.
Working with the staff of the History Center and Gallagher and Associates , Barrie projects developed a multi-year interpretive plan to create a museum-wide core exhibit exploring the history of Northeast Ohio.