Lyons/Zaremba is one of the foremost leaders in the field of exhibit planning and design for Aquariums. We design exhibits with three primary constituents - the animals, the husbandry staff, and the visitors. By balancing these factors, we have created highly successful aquarium projects around the globe for almost thirty years.
Lyons/Zaremba has planned and designed a wide range of hands-on Visitor Centers, nature and science centers. We are often called upon to interpret ecosystems, cultural history or science for our clients’ visitors. Through cost-efficient 2D and 3D exhibit techniques, we empower visitors to understand and to make a difference.
Lyons/Zaremba is one of the foremost leaders in the field of exhibit planning and design for Zoo Interpretive exhibits. We develop exhibits that will enlighten visitors with engaging experiences and educational storytelling. We have created zoo projects that are highly regarded by visitors and industry professionals alike.
Lyons/Zaremba Inc. is an internationally recognized firm specializing in the planning and design of exhibits for aquariums, zoos, nature centers, science centers, historic sites, and visitor centers.
We strive to create experiences that attract, engage, and ultimately transform our visitors and their view of the world around them, while providing entertaining, yet meaningful and memorable experiences.
Lyons/Zaremba Inc. was founded in 1987 by Richard Lyons and Frank Zaremba. Today, Steve Lenox serves as President and sole principal of the firm. With dedicated and highly experienced staff, LZI continues to offer personalized services from conceptual design and master planning through to full design documentation and construction administration.
Our Design Philosophy
Our goal is to create exciting, unique and memorable places where people can explore, discover and learn using all of their senses. We create exhibits that are accessible, enjoyable, and meaningful for an audience of diverse ages, learning styles, and cultural backgrounds.
We believe that meaningful exhibit design emerges from clear goals and powerful interpretive content. As storytellers working in three dimensions, we strive to deliver fresh, compelling stories that will surprise each visitor and awaken their sense of self-discovery.
By observing how people behave in public places—how they access information and how they interact with exhibits and each other—we’ve learned that providing layered experiences is most effective for reaching larger and more diverse audiences.