This project consisted of designing a museum within the abandoned Essex County Jail in Newark. This museum was designed to display the rich history of Newark’s transportation. A small section of the jail was preserved to keep the historic value of the location. Each of the museum’s three levels displays a different mode of transportation. The ground level is designed for the history of Newark’s road travel and so the layout is designed like a city street grid. The second level is designed for rail travel and the third level is designed for air travel. The full group presentation of this project is available
Status: School Project
Location: Newark, NJ, US
My Role: Interior Design
Additional Credits: Juan Sepulveda was in charge of the Industrial Design and Justin Jayanty was in charge of the Digital and Graphic Design.