The design of a space is essential to highlighting an interpretation center.

What is an interpretation center?

It’s an exhibit that revolves around a museographic script (with an educational purpose) that intellectually and emotionally connects visitors to heritage, stimulating their interest to make them commit to conserving or caring for it. In other words, the idea is to influence visitor behavior.

These centers are usually located at the entrance to a site or at the beginning of a trail given that they offer a summary of the cultural or natural heritage conserved or presented (natural reserves, museums, botanical gardens, aquariums, zoos, archaeology sites, etc.). At interpretation centers, visitors have the opportunity to receive significant information and have experiences related to the local heritage.

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