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Tessellate is a full service experiential design firm co-founded in 2013 by a team of seasoned designers (WBE certified). We saw an opportunity to develop a fresh approach within a traditional exhibit design industry. Our mission is to create new audience experiences and immersive museum environments by merging the physical and digital worlds in new ways. more...
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Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Art, Culture, General, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library
Built between 1908-1912, Fonthill was the home of Henry Chapman Mercer (1856-1930). Archaeologist, anthropologist, ceramist, scholar and antiquarian, Mercer built Fonthill both as his home and as a showplace for his collection of tiles and prints. The first of three Mercer buildings in Doylestown, Fonthill served as a showplace for Mercer's famed Moravian tiles that were produced during the American Arts & Crafts Movement.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
Doylestown, Pennsylvania
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Doylestown, Pennsylvania
History, Historic House, Specialized
As gifts to the Bucks County Historical Society, the collection and building were maintained by the trustees without benefit of professional staff until 1971. With a resurgence of interest in early American crafts, an ambitious program to develop and promote the Mercer Museum as an institution of national significance was then undertaken.
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