When the Detroit Zoo approached designer Monika Essen to design four studios to be used for art classes, meetings, and more, she knew the task would go beyond creating an exhibit protected by glass or ropes, or designing a production to last through a limited run. People, often classes of school children, would sit and move about in her environments. She would have to create rooms that would be entirely functional and, at the same time, exciting and educational, where people would be ...
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