a moving exhibition design by an experience design agency
last two decennia, museums went from collection-based to visitor-based. That is
to say, their operational focus shifted from objects displayed by curators to
moments experienced by people. Exhibitions may look appealing, be very
interesting, address a major issue and yet they might still fail to move you.
It’s often the emotional aspects that hit close to home, redefining your
relationship with the subject in question
It is not
just the topic the museum is about, it is about how this topic is
contextualized, making full use of the amazing narrative powers of experience architects. As an exhibition design agency
it’s our job to provide wow-moments in museums, the key is to utilize the power
of immersive experience and communication in the service of
true human desires.
a few examples
Tirpitz museum, Denmark > this permanent exhibition
design is based on the rhythm of the building and the surrounding nature,
creating a journey through the space and time of this region in Denmark. Every
room has its own rhythm, beating in sync with its storyline: high and low tide,
night and day, good and bad, hot and cold, the passing of time.
National Jenever Museum > we designed the renovation,
focusing on the modern experience of an authentic product and on the past and
present of the distiller’s craft.The National
Jenever Museum is located in a former Schiedam malt spirit roasting house and
National Archives > The exhibition The War that
Stayed With Us offers a unique multiperspective view of the years after the
liberation of the Netherlands, 75 years ago. Visitors are introduced to
different people and their emotionally charged stories, which turn out to be
more complex and nuanced than you’d think at first sight.
Have a look
at our portfolio to have an idea of the exhibition
designs of our agency. Or contact us via +31 (0)30 230 04 05.