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Tessellate is a full service experiential design firm founded by Emily Conrad, an interaction and technology designer and Joe Karadin, a physical designer and architect. As experienced designers working in the industry over 20 years each, and together for nearly a decade, we saw an opportunity to fulfill a demand for new immersive design and offer a fresh approach to the traditional exhibit design industry. more...
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Sequim, Washington
Art, General, History, Historic House, Library, Natural History
Join us in a walk through the evolving landscapes of the Sequim Dungeness Valley. See glaciers soils, the Manis Mastodon Exhibit, first nation artwork, maritime exhibit, artifacts of agriculture and dairy farms, the Victorian Cowan Room Exhibit, Veteran's Exhibit, as well as the rotating Art Exhibits and the Museum Store. Then continue on to Dungeness School, a Washington State Historical Site, to see the cir. 1900 School Exhibit.
Sequim, Washington
General, History, Historic House, Park, Science, Specialized
The New Dungeness Lighthouse was the first lighthouse completed in Washington Territory. It has operated continuously providing navigational aids to ships plying the waters of the Strait of Juan de Fuca since its lard oil lamp was lit for the first time on 14 December 1857. Originally, there were two full-time Keepers who lived in the Lighthouse. In 1904 a dwelling for the Officer-in-Charge was constructed east of the Lighthouse. Today this dwelling is known as the Keeper's Quarters
Sequim, Washington
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