Comedor conectado con la cocina, con banco, mesa de madera y lámpara de araña 402268
Expect the Unexpected campaign | Client: The Burke Museum | The client needed to get the attention of students on campus but had barely the budget for a poster campaign. As our Open to Question installation was winding down, we proposed re-purposing the steel structures and simply re-skinning them with new graphics. The client was very happy to achieve maximum visual impact with minimal budget outlay | Designer: Studio Matthews
RIJKSMUSEUM AT SCHIPHOL AIRPORT – Timeline on steps with integrated showcases. Modular building block design. Good metaphor for the building blocks of the Singapore Army.
1912-2012: Chronicles of a Creative Itinerary - I really like this interpretation of exhibition design. By elevating the feature piece it creates drama and attracts the attention of the entire room, it encourages intrigue. By being able to look around and inside it the personal experience becomes more interactive thus more enjoyable and creates an impression on the memory. I also really like how the exhibition of this item differs from the other displays in the background
Monochrome apartment in Poland features conference spaces
pavel janák, retrospectiove exhibition — A1. Interesting for looking at use of space for an exhibition
Exhibition stand @ Light + Building •Stand Design: Xilos Design Studio •Stand Build: Xilos Temporary Architecture