Ralph Appelbaum Associates
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The firm was founded in 1978 by Ralph Appelbaum (born 1942), a graduate of Pratt Institute and former Peace Corps volunteer (in Peru). Appelbaum currently directs RAA's undertakings, and retains daily involvement in selected commissions.
The company's best-known project is the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C., which is the United States' official memorial to the Holocaust. Established in 1993, the museum has been described as a "turning point in museology".
According to its website, RAA has completed "700 commissions in over 40 countries".
- Canadian Museum of Human Rights
- The Crown Jewels, The Tower of London
- National Constitution Center, Philadelphia
- National Museum of African American History and Culture, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
- National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh, Scotland
- National World War I Museum
- United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
- Royal Albert Memorial Museum
- United States Capitol Visitor Center
- The American Immigrant Wall of Honor, Ellis Island
- Culloden Battlefield Memorial Visitor Centre
- The Foundling Museum
- Greyhound Bus Station in Montgomery, Alabama (not executed)
- Indiana State Museum
- The Jewish Museum, Manhattan
- Jewish Museum and Tolerance Center, Moscow, Russia
- Lincoln Castle
- London Transport Museum
- Museum of Tomorrow
- Presidio Officers' Club
- Thomas Edison National Historical Park
- William J. Clinton Presidential Library
- World Music Gallery, The Horniman Museum
- Anchorage Museum
- Bishop Museum
- The Braid: Ballymena Town Hall
- Heard Museum
- Museum of World Religions
- NASCAR Hall of Fame
- St. Paul's Cathedral
- The Walt Whitman Birthplace State Historic Site & Interpretive Center
- World Golf Hall of Fame
- American Museum of Natural History, New York City
- Science History Institute
- Moody Gardens
- Natural History Museum of Utah
- Singapore Discovery Centre
- Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Biblical Times
- Expo 2008: Water: A Unique Resource
- Expo 2010: United Arab Emirates Pavilion
- Mandela Day 2009
- Pompeii the Exhibit: Life and Death in the Shadow of Vesuvius
- TING: Technology and Democracy
- What Price Freedom: New York Public Library Centennial Exhibition
- American Museum of Natural History
- American Indian Cultural Center and Museum
- Expo 2020
- Humboldt Forum
- International African American Museum
- Józef Piłsudski Museum
- Nariman House
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- World Museum Wien
- William Grimes (1994-01-11). "New Approach to Museum-Show Design". The New York Times. Retrieved 2018-04-18.
- Bradford A. McKee, What's a Museum: What he says it is. How Ralph Appelbaum built a monopoly in the field of exhibition design. Architecture Magazine, 2002.
- Soloman, Deborah (1999-04-21). "He Turns the Past Into Stories and the Galleries Fill Up". The New York Times. Retrieved 2018-04-18.
- "Ralph Appelbaum Associates". raai.com. Retrieved 2016-09-30.
- The Crown Jewels, The Tower of London, UK.