Nicholas Boonin has over 25 years experience as a designer and planner. He has worked closely with designers, architects, business and civic leaders, and entrepreneurs. In 1986 he founded Nicholas Boonin, Inc. and has served as its president.
Mr. Boonin has special experience in all aspects of exhibit design and fabrication, with an emphasis on designing learning environments for children and project management for large scale museum projects.
He has had a lead role in the following projects:
The Hackensack Meadowlands Nature Center (Lyndhurst NJ)
The Children's Garbage Museum (Bridgeport, CT)
Con-Ed Energy Conservation Center (New York, NY)
Sesame Place Science Center (Dallas, TX)
Exxon Energy Exchange (EPCOT, Disney World, Orlando, FL)
Signage for Browns Wharf (The Inner Harbor in Baltimore, MD)
MEDIQ / RSNA trade show
Display cases for rare artifacts for The New York Public Library
Playgrounds for Associated Day Care (Philadelphia, PA)
Proposals for Public Art (Site Specific Art, United States of America)
American Celebration/Ocean One (Atlantic City, NJ)
In addition, he is the author and illustrator of the whimsical Mr. Rabbit Reporter.
These are a sampling of the creative work that has put him in the vanguard of interpretative and interactive exhibit design and fabrication.
Working and communicating successfully with a wide variety of people with different skills and interest have made him skillful manager, a successful designer and business executive.
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