Monday, September 29, 2008

Thinc Design

Thinc Design is an international design company that creates work appearing in natural history museums, botanical gardens, science centers, aquariums and theme parks – anything to link public experience with social change. The company, based in NYC and founded by Tom Hennes in 1992, hopes that its design concepts are “springboards to action” and inspire “dialogue, perception and participation.”

Most recently, the company developed the creative strategy behind the planning and design of the Johnson & Johnson 2008 Olympic Games Pavilion in Beijing.


Other projects include: California Academy of Sciences; The Maritime Aquarium at Norwalk; Cleveland Botanical Garden and IBM Thinkplace at Epcot.



On October 19, 2008, Thinc Design will be presenting its latest concepts at the International Aquarium Congress in Shanghai, China: “The Water Planet: New Forms and New Strategies Expand What An Aquarium Can Do.”


Future plans include the design and planning on the September 11 Memorial Museum, set to
open in 2011.

4 comments:

angelgrotton said...

Frankly speaking, design is mind-blowing )

XAVS said...

well, i like it...

Fifi Flowers said...

I love and hate aquariums... love to visit them and see fish up close and personal, but wish theywere actually in the sea... one of those Catch 22s!

angelgrotton said...

Hi dear )))) I am so glad to get a hearing from you as well! Sorry for my absence ))) i will try to visit you as often as possible.

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