IMAGINING NEW TECHNOLOGY

Cambridge, MA

Thank you for all the amazing work and follow through on the exhibition.
You truly went above and beyond to help see this through.
—Ann Neuman, Director of Exhibits

It's great! You worked very hard, navigated a tough schedule, handled our
challenges with grace and did your usual fantastic job! Thank you.
—Debbie Douglas, PhD, Exhibit Curator

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Exhibit Design: Proun Design, LLC and Neal Mayer
Fabrication: Bluebird Graphic Solutions, Inc.
Location: MIT Museum, Cambridge, MA
Opened: 2016

A century ago, the Massachusetts Institute of Technology made the bold move to relocate it’s Boston campus across the river to Cambridge—irrevocably changing both MIT and Cambridge. A new exhibit at the MIT Museum celebrates the vision, design, and lasting impact of this momentous achievement and challenges visitors to imagine the next one hundred years of technology and Cambridge.

A Bauhaus and Machine Age aesthetic informed a graphic treatment that features bold use of color, imagery, and asymmetric typographic arrangements.