A-S:L Dangerfield, the interpretive design arm of Austin-Smith: Lord, has designed the 7500m2 permanent exhibition at Thailand’s National Science Museum. Situated north of Bangkok, the facility is the first of its type in Thailand. It aims to present science and technology to visitors of all ages. Models, multimedia programmes and more than 140 interactive exhibits are included in the exhibition.
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