LA revisited by museum group from London

Los Angeles’ Museum of Tolerance has reopened following the refurbishment of a 1200m2 space by London museum and exhibition design specialist 3D Concepts.

The consultancy, which was previously called James Gardner 3D Concepts, carried out the original design in 1993.

The space includes interactive units set in a American diner environment. Monitors have been inserted into “jukeboxes” on the counter tops. The group also created the graphics and signage.

3D Concepts is handling the second stage of the upgrade, due to be completed in late summer.

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