The New York City Police Museum, located on the second floor of the Cunard Building near the foot of Broadway, houses a phenomenal collection of materials from the NYPD’s historical archive. Working with their curators, our mandate was to develop both the space and all related exhibition equipment for this 12000sf hall. The exhibition documents police uniforms, equipment as well as an unusual assortment of criminal paraphernalia (e.g. Al Capone’s ankle pistol).      Project Leader for Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects   PDF
       
     
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 The museum has since relocated to 45 Wall Street in lower Manhattan.  www.nycpm.org
       
     
 The New York City Police Museum, located on the second floor of the Cunard Building near the foot of Broadway, houses a phenomenal collection of materials from the NYPD’s historical archive. Working with their curators, our mandate was to develop both the space and all related exhibition equipment for this 12000sf hall. The exhibition documents police uniforms, equipment as well as an unusual assortment of criminal paraphernalia (e.g. Al Capone’s ankle pistol).      Project Leader for Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects   PDF
       
     

The New York City Police Museum, located on the second floor of the Cunard Building near the foot of Broadway, houses a phenomenal collection of materials from the NYPD’s historical archive. Working with their curators, our mandate was to develop both the space and all related exhibition equipment for this 12000sf hall. The exhibition documents police uniforms, equipment as well as an unusual assortment of criminal paraphernalia (e.g. Al Capone’s ankle pistol).

 

Project Leader for Smith-Miller + Hawkinson Architects

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SMH+ (Dieter Janssen) - NY Police Museum (5).jpg
       
     
pm26a.jpg
       
     
pm24a.jpg
       
     
pm46a.jpg
       
     
SMH+ (Dieter Janssen) - NY Police Museum (17).jpg
       
     
pm19a.jpg
       
     
pm18a.jpg
       
     
 Still from Multimedia Devices
       
     

Still from Multimedia Devices

SMH+ (Dieter Janssen) - NY Police Museum (15).jpg
       
     
SMH+ (Dieter Janssen) - NY Police Museum (14).jpg
       
     
SMH+ (Dieter Janssen) - NY Police Museum (8).jpg
       
     
 The museum has since relocated to 45 Wall Street in lower Manhattan.  www.nycpm.org
       
     

The museum has since relocated to 45 Wall Street in lower Manhattan.
www.nycpm.org