Group Delphi partners with the Phillip and Patricia Frost Museum of Science to bring the Feathers to the Stars gallery to life.
A fascinating trip to another world … right here at home.
An installation as awe-inspiring as the landmark that inspired it.
100 Years of Trustworthiness, Loyalty, Bravery, and Kindness.
How do you bring to life a state park that is teeming with beautiful wildlife? You bring in the experts.
A car with a long, distinguished history needed someone who could do it justice with a unique and interesting concept.
Creating and installing exhibits into a historic building without the use of nails, screws, or bolts. Just a few of the challenges we faced while putting the folklore back into this heritage site.
Creating the universe and human-activated flight. Just two of the technological marvels we designed while tackling this large museum project.
Hundreds of years of Hawaiian history needed a new home. We took on this important cultural project and exceeded all expectations.
A bold vision. An incredible use of technology. And one company who could make it all work seamlessly. Take a look at this high-tech challenge.
Re-creating the California coastal wetlands, down to the last glob of tar, thanks to our skilled scenic department.
An intricate, immersive, 7,000 sq. ft. exhibit for the Pacific Science Center on a short timeline? All in a day's work for Delphi.
We helped bring the world of Imperial Chinese astronomy to museum goers in America with a combination of design, architecture, logistics and ancient Chinese secrets.
We're experts at creating museums. But when a client says they want us to create outer space? Now THAT is a tall order. Take a look and tell us how you think we did.
The Lindsay Wildlife Museum gave us a chance to not only educate visitors, but also take them behind the scenes to interact with the animal hospital heroes who save wildlife daily.
The largest geothermal power-generating operation in the world needed to overhaul its visitor center and update its exhibits. Needless to say, the results were rather earth shaking.
When you have one of the most extensive collections of Asian Art in the world, you certainly can't have an off-the-shelf method of displaying it.