The Riley-Wallace Education Building, which sits at the heart of the Rock Springs 4-H Center in the Flint Hills of Kansas, needed more than a fresh coat of paint; it needed a complete reimagining. So the Kansas 4-H Foundation turned to Flint Hills Design to reinterpret the exhibit areas in the building, including a large diorama exploring the ecoregions of Kansas; three classrooms featuring interpretation focusing on trees, birds, and wildflowers; and a nook devoted to Kansas’ wild weather. Completed in 2018, these revitalized educational spaces were built to help the Rock Springs 4-H Center reach its educational goals, help the next generation of Kansans learn to know and love the natural treasures of their state.

Riley-Wallace Education Building - Rock Springs 4-H Center birds display
Riley-Wallace Education Building - Rock Springs 4-H Center geology display
Riley-Wallace Education Building - Rock Springs 4-H Center wildlife display

Featuring illustrations commissioned from Kansas institution Brad Sneed, Flint Hills Design curated and designed the exhibits to meet Rock Springs 4-H Center’s educational goals.

 

As a full-service design/build firm, FHD provided design, curation, fabrication, and installation, providing savings and increasing impact for Rock Springs 4-H Center.


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Riley-Wallace Education Building - Rock Springs 4-H Center foliage display