Dennis Cohen specializes in the experiential design and strategic planning of interactive and interpretive museums, science centers, and brand destination attractions. His projects combine information architecture, visitor interactivity, entertainment technology, social media, event programming, and community outreach. Mr. Cohen works closely with the project’s design and content teams to develop the experiential aspects of the project using the tools of information architecture, all manner of visitor interactivity, entertainment technology, community outreach, and live performances.

Mr. Cohen recently led the firm’s effort on an international Planetarium competition, a major national science-based museum in Mexico City and conceptual plan for Frost Science Museum in Miami, Florida. He has also develop interactive education and corporate environments for FIRST Place, Manchester, New Hampshire; the NASCAR Hall of Fame, Charlotte, North Carolina; the at the Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library; Adventure Science Center’s, Nashville, Tennessee; Moody Gardens Rainforest and Aquarium, Galveston, Texas; the Samsung, Seocho brand showcase, South Korea, and the Maritime Experiential Museum – Resorts World Sentosa, Sentosa, Singapore. In addition, he has directed the development of interpretive plans for cultural and corporate brand destination projects in the U.S. and abroad, including the Space Exploration and Education Center (SEEC) for the NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, Maryland; LEGO House in Billund, Denmark; the Carlsberg Brewhouse brand and experience center, Copenhagen, Denmark.