Arctic Studies Center, Smithsonian Institution

Arctic Studies Center

Location Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center, Anchorage / Designers: Ralph Appelbaum Associates / Fit-Out: Kubik Maltbie

The Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center is an integral part of the Anchorage Museum in Alaska. With a building designed by award-winning architect Sir David Chipperfield and the exhibition design by Ralph Appelbaum Associates, this incredible development opened in 2011.

The Arctic Studies Center’s exhibitions comprise of more than 600 Native Alaskan objects and artefacts that are part of the Smithsonian Institution’s extensive collection.

After working alongside Click Netherfield for more than 5 years in pre-construction, design development, fabrication and ultimately installation of the enormous glass showcases, the end result is absolutely terrific.

Chuck Maltbie
Kubik Maltbie

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