Douglas Simpson, LEED AP BD+C

Associate Principal

As the Senior Exhibit Designer at C7A, Douglas Simpson works on all aspects of the design, from interactive exhibits to graphic interfaces and displays for museums and aquariums. His work focuses on creating engaging, educational exhibits. Working closely with curators and content experts, he has created a full array of informal learning experiences—interactive multimedia exhibits, low-tech hands-on activities, computer interactives, dioramas, soundscapes, and immersive theaters. With a liberal arts and design education, and work experience in education and construction, Mr. Simpson brings a diverse set of talents to exhibit projects. His work spans a wide variety of museums environments—natural history, science, children’s, cultural, and history museums.

Discovery Place “World Alive” exhibit engages children

WBTV in Charlotte, North Carolina, offers a sneak peak inside the “World Alive” aquarium and natural history exhibit designed by Cambridge Seven Associates as part of Discover Place’s large-scale museum renovation. This $31.6M exhibit features aquarium exhibits, a rainforest theater …