Museums

POLARIS

ATELIER BRÜCKNER GmbH

14 Jun 2013

The client, the International Polar Foundation (IPF), was founded by Alain Hubert, who wants to draw attention to the uniqueness and importance of the poles as important factors for the climate. In celebration of the fifth anniversary of the Princess Elisabeth Antarctica (PEA) Station, which is run by the IPF the exhibition “Inside the station” offers the visitor a journey to the

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Biblioteca dell'arte

ghigos ideas

14 Jun 2013

Is it possible to put contemporary art in alphabetical order? Can you file it? How tell it to an exhibition audience? Perhaps thinking of an exhibition that is also an archive, a special archive, like an artwork into artworks which allows to approach art in a different way. It is an open and generous archive, where you can live a learning experience according to personal approach, and reinvent

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Multimedia exposition “Lsx20. Art Years of the National Currency”

Design studio H2E

14 Jun 2013

A multimedia exhibition is devoted to the 20th anniversary of the re-introduction of the Latvian national currency lats and has been commissioned by the Bank of Latvia (central bank of Latvia). The purpose of the exhibition is to display banknotes and coins and introduce with the authors and their creative work. The central axis of a pencil, a common tool for artists, is lead on graphite.

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The Nature Research Center

Fentress Architects

14 Jun 2013

The Nature Research Center (NRC) represents a breakthrough in museum interior design that shatters the paradigm that a museum must be a windowless black box. Open since April 2012, this 105,000 sq ft facility has won rave reviews from the public and become the most visited tourist attraction in the state. The NRC’s interior program is designed to help visitors explore nature, science, and

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Victoria & Albert Museum, Gallery 40

6a architects

13 Jun 2013

The fashion galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum have been extensively refurbished by 6a architects and will house the museum’s fashion collection and temporary exhibitions for the next decade. Gallery 40, or the Octagon Court, is one of the largest and most architecturally distinctive interior spaces at the V&A. It was built in 1909 by architect Aston Webb and is based on an

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