The Philadelphia History Museum at Atwater Kent, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
4274 worked With Keith Ragone Studios and Ellen Snyder-Grenier to create an interpretive master plan for 6,000 square feet
of exhibitions. In a completely new installation featuring hundreds of artifacts, visitors will interact with the
exhibits via PHiL (Philadelphia Histories Interactive Layer), a mobile app designed to work within the museum
and throughout the city. Shown in the sketch is the Digital Promenade, designed to portray the intersection of Broad
and Market Streets as it changed through time. It is the multimedia portal to the main gallery where six
neighborhoods are interpreted. The Museum is now fund-raising for the project.