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Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
Project: Marshall University Hall of Fame // Dimensional Innovations
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Marshall University Hall of Fame

The Marshall University Hall of Fame was a unique design opportunity. Inside the newly designed Chris Cline Athletic Complex, this space honors the crash victims and Marshall Hall of Fame athletes. The memorial was recreated for the individuals who lost their lives from the plane crash of 1970. This tragedy affected this small town dramatically, and in turn, is now honored inside Marshall's first Hall of Fame space.

Working closely with AECOM Architecture on the design, Dimensional Innovations created the design, wayfinding, interactive design, fabrication and installation of the space. My role as the Interior Designer was to lead the overall look and feel of the space, while creating the design of the displays throughout the Hall of Fame. I worked directly on the 3D modeling, renderings, environmental graphics, finish selections, and construction drawings for this project.

Jessica Irons
Interior Designer Kansas City, MO