1. Structures supported by a solid base. 2. Created by the Field Museum's exhibit design department. 3. The Field Museum (Personal Photo) 4. This exhibit is supported by a solid glowing red rock. I find it unique because of its size, texture, and the fact that it doubled as a directional object in this particular exhibit. There were multiple of these structures throughout directing visitors on the right path. The floor was also lit with a red light to tie in with the red structure.
1. structures (exhibit kiosks, tables, chairs, cabinets, benches) that are supported by a solid base / 2. Kengo Kuma & Associates / 3. Exhibit Design: High Impact Solutions / 4. They Used paper to make their exhibit structures. This complexity structure was a solid base structure.
Design for the museum at Atlas Copco Head Quarter, Stockholm, designed by EXPOprojekt. Interesting methods of displaying information and visuals. The visitor is encouraged to rotate and move the square pieces, to see what else can be revealed.
1. Exhibit cabinets that include glass cases to protect objects that aren't just boxes. 2. Created by the Field Museum's exhibit design department. 3. The Field Museum (Personal Photo) 4. I like the curve/flow of the exhibit, it carries the eye to where you are supposed to be looking. The different shapes make it more exciting to look at, and more approachable.
Category: exhibits that incorporate strong conceptual references into their structures Designer: robert d. mass Book: exhibition design 3 -I thought this was interesting because of how the wall is incorporated into the design and how it resembles the brand and incporates the brand into the visual exhibit design for the viewers.