FLOWER PENTECOSTAL HERITAGE CENTER

About the project

Both faithful and uncommitted alike are made familiar with the Assemblies of God's good works through the 3,250 square feet of exhibits presented in the Flower Pentecostal Heritage Center. Among the Center's highlights are
large-scale, immersive multi-media environments depicting a 1950's era radio recording studio and living room, both with life cast figures, furnishings, and sequenced audio and lighting effects. Other environments and settings include a period classroom, a reproduction airplane fuselage, and brownstone storefront church facade. The Center's extensive collection of historic objects and images are imaginatively and richly displayed to enhance their meaning and to help visitors to understand their relevance. Information is layered so that visitors who are particularly interested can learn more. A music archive within the exhibits allows visitors to individually access the museum's rich historic music collection.


PROJECT HIGHLIGHTS

  • Sequenced light & sound period recording studio
  • Reproduced full-scale airplane fuselage section & activities
  • Storefront church façade
  • Visitor-accessible music archive
  • Period home and classroom settings with audio & lighting effects

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CLIENT

Assemblies of God

PROJECT LOCATION

Springfield, Missouri

SERVICES PROVIDED

  • Planning
  • All phases of exhibition design

PROJECT PARTNERS

  • Fabrication & Project Management: Lynch Exhibits