The plans and model for the IBM Museum were completed by Roche Dinkeloo Architects, including several permanent exhibition areas and space for temporary exhibitions related to new technological innovations. Most important was the direct, hands-on experience that visitors would have with the world’s newest computing machines. IBM did not proceed with the project, however, elements and research were later incorporated into the Eames Office’s other subsequent projects for IBM.
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