The Randall Museum renovation project offers youth and adults opportunities for active involvement and recreation in an integrated program of arts and sciences. Focusing on the cultures and environment of the San Francisco Bay Area, the Museum strives to inspire creativity, curiosity, and appreciation of the world around us. The Randall Museum houses changing science, art, and interactive exhibits. The renovation provides the public with a state-of-the art, multisensory educational experience.
Through coordination of architectural design, interpretive graphics, and live animal exhibits, the Pfau Long and Kuth Ranieri team has organized various disciplines for the creation of a place of comprehensive scientific and artistic exploration. The renovation includes exhibits for live animals, geology, oceanography, ecology, and program spaces for a science lab, ceramics room, staging areas, offices, income generating event space, and food preparation. This community museum provides a family destination with exhibits and experiences for visitors of all ages and interests.
LOCATION / YEAR
San Francisco, CA/ 2013
Peter Pfau, FAIA, PIC, Pfau Long Architecture Mattison Ly, Project Manger Liz Ranieri, Kuth Ranieri Mike McGroarty, Kuth Ranieri