Four Ways to Keep the Museum Experience Relevant

Four Ways to Keep the Museum Experience Relevant

There’s a revolution afoot inside museums as technology—in the form of cheaper screens, miniaturized mechanics and increased computing power—sparks experiments in exhibit design. From virtual reality to 4-D films, here’s what to expect.

A Look at the Museum of the Future

There’s a revolution afoot inside museums as technology—in the form of cheaper screens, miniaturized mechanics and increased computing power—sparks experiments in exhibit design. From virtual reality to films, here’s what to expect.

use lights and idea for blue prints of museum, little Italy, bulk of collection areas etc. Calvin Klein's fashion exhibition

use lights and idea for blue prints of museum, little Italy, bulk of collection areas etc.

I like this text panel over the photograph. Suisse - Scottish Maritime Museum Irvine                                                                                                                                                     More

I like this text panel over the photograph. It will be helpful to understand audiences

EXIT DESIGN - The Naval museum exhibition. Madrid 2015

We could do 5 or 6 large panels like this. Don't be afraid of negative space! EXIT DESIGN - The Naval museum exhibition.

Lascaux Cave Painting Centre by Snøhetta, Duncan Lewis and Casson Mann

Lascaux Cave Painting Centre by Snøhetta, Duncan Lewis and Casson Mann

The 180 view in the area is very captivating, creates a role new scale and causes the audience to explore the whole area whilst interacting and immersing with the space. Lascaux Cave Painting Centre by Snøhetta, Duncan Lewis and Casson Mann

Matali Crasset, exhibition design for The Velvet Underground – New York Extravaganza, Philharmonie de Paris

cabinets that house video or touch screens Matali Crasset exhibition design for The Velvet Underground – New York I like the idea that the viewer becomes one with the structure to watch the video. Conceptually this is an interesting concept.

Victoria and Albert Museum – Vivienne Westwood exhibition

Holmes Wood are a leading UK based design company specialising in wayfinding, sign and graphic design solutions.

The Office of Craig Oldham has designed and produced the Grafters exhibition for the People’s History Museum in Manchester. The exhibition captures scenes of industrial life in 19th, 20th and 21st century Britain, and has been curated by photographer, Ian Beesley, featuring a series of original poems from writer, poet and broadcaster, Ian McMillan. Craig Oldham […]

The Office of Craig Oldham has designed and produced the Grafters exhibition for the People's History Museum in Manchester.

Book Installation Detail by Yeshiva University Museum Exhibitions, via Flickr

Book Installation Detail by Yeshiva University Museum Exhibitions I think the idea of having long strips to do with different stages of your life would be interesting. Using old photos and different medias to come up with stories from your life

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