Camp Cowabunga at the Topeka Zoo

Client collaboration is always key, but with clients as amazing as ours, it sometimes becomes the cornerstone of a design. We built this entire educational guest experience around Director Emeritus Gary Clarke’s lifetime of African exploration. Starting in Dung Beetle Square, guests journey through several complementary, immersive animal habitats and artifact displays to mirror a safari adventure.

Project Details

This project in Topeka, Kansas features a 2,000-square-foot interpretive and educational space with dramatic views into a new patas monkey exhibit. The themed zone also includes African elephants, lions, and painted dogs, as well as artifacts from Gary's travels. An outdoor gathering space can be used for special events to generate revenue for the Zoo.

 

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