The New York Museum of Legal History, Albany, New York
4274 has completed Design Development on a museum that will be the only public facility offering permanent educational exhibits about
New York State's legal history - a history that is long, complex, and important to both the development of New York and to the nation as a whole.
With only 1,600 net square feet available for interpretive components, the challenge of creating a concept scheme for an educational experience
that will engage, inform, and ignite the continued interest of school groups, the general public, and law-related professionals was met
with a plan incorporating diverse interpretive techniques and content offerings. Subject matter ranges from New York's role in the
creation of the U.S. constitution to courtroom sketch art to science and technology in the courts.