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Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners
Royal Alberta Museum , Ralph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership | International Design Awards Winners

Royal Alberta Museum

CompanyRalph Appelbaum Associates; SKOLNICK Architecture + Design Partnership
Lead DesignersJennifer Whitburn (RAA); Scott W Briggs (Skolnick)
Design TeamRAA: Patrick Swindel, Rachel Smith, Elizabeth Walker, Joseph Hartley; (Skolnick): Jo Ann Secor, Christina Ferwerda, Chris Cummings
Project LocationEdmonton, Alberta, Canada
ClientRoyal Alberta Museum (Kubik Maltbie - builder)
CreditsChristophe Bernarnd, Tom Arban
Prize(s)Silver in Architecture Categories / Museum, Exhibits, Pavilions and exhibitions
Entry Description

Located in a new purpose-built 419,000 square foot facility in the Arts District of downtown Edmonton, the Royal Alberta Museum (RAM) is the largest in western Canada. Within the thoughtful, beautifully designed space, four themed galleries—Human History, Natural History, Bug Gallery and Children's Gallery—support RAM’s mission to foster wonder, inquiry and new insights about Alberta and its place in the world. Strongly object-centered and visually-compelling displays are innovative, bold and inviting, telling Alberta’s remarkable stories in meaningful ways.