• The Ocelot Exhibit was an outdoors project proposal that describes the lifecycle, eating habits, and the plight of the ocelot in South America .
     
     
  • Front
  • Backside of exhibit which shows angular walls, protruding platforms, and long vertical columns as trees.
  • Top layout of exhibit.
  • Top angle showing 3 levels of exhibit.
  • Entry point with first info-board about the ocelot.
  • Entry point at first floor.
  • The exhibit feels like a forest.
  • Ocelot reproduction and lifecycle info-board and living space to the right.
  • A flowing river with shiny fish leads to the next info- board describing prey.
  • First floor in relation to the other floors with info-boards.
  • Relationship to other levels in exhibit space.
  • Third Info board that describes the ocelots eating habits and its prey selection at ground level.
  • On the second floor there is a fourth info-board describing prey at tree top elevation.
  • moving onward to the next  floor the attendee finds an Info-board that depicts the plight of the ocelot.
  • The third floor ends with a large auditorium that shows a documentary of the ocelot.
  • The auditorium comfortably seats an attendee who watches a short documentary of the ocelot. Attendees may stay and watch or leave by elevator or they can walk through the exhibit once more.