The Nicodemus National Historic Site is the location of an historic African American exoduster community founded in 1877. The National Park Service needed additional visitor center space during annual Township Home Coming events. The solution was to outfit the interior of a trailer with exhibit displays and custom cabinetry which would also provide the potential to serve future traveling and outreach programs.

A section of slat wall allows space for temporary or rotating content or a small gift shop.

My duties ranged from graphic design and picking paint and flooring materials to customizing cabinet patterns and cutting them on the CNC router. I drew up plans and production documents and played a role in the day to day project management.

The physical design was drafted and developed digitally before comitting to any fabrication.
CNC cut cabinet parts ready for assembly
Custom cabinets provide storage space and the feeling of a more traditional building interior.