Exhibition

An overview of projects, products and exclusive articles about exhibition

Project • By Arper SPAShowrooms

Arper Showroom Copenhagen

The opening of the new showroom marks once again the path of growth that characterizes the company. Just this year, Arper has inaugurated three new exhibition areas: Chicago, last June, Oslo and Amsterdam, in September. The opening of the showroom in Copenhagen confirms 2013 as the year in which the Arper strategy of internationalization has taken its most concrete form. The company's presence in the main reference markets is expressed through these new structures in the territory, which allow Arper to establish a direct link with the target audience and strengthen brand awareness globally. Again, the venue chosen for the showroom is the heart of the design district of the city, which in the Danish capital goes by the name of Pakhus... More

Project • By Studio ZimounArt Galleries

318 prepared dc-motors, cork balls, cardboard boxes 100x100x100cm | Zimoun 2013

318 prepared dc-motors, cork balls, cardboard boxes 100x100x100cm Zimoun 2013 Temporary Exhibition. DC-motors, filler wires, cork balls, cardboard boxes, power supply. Installation view: Opernwerkstätten Berlin, Germany. Dimensions: 40 x 4 x 4m / 131 x 13 x 13 ft. Photography by Zimoun © | Courtesy Studio Zimoun. Video: https://vimeo.com/65501636 www.zimoun.net «Using simple and functional components, Zimoun builds architecturally-minded platforms of sound. Exploring mechanical rhythm and flow in prepared systems, his installations incorporate commonplace industrial objects. In an obsessive display of simple and functional materials, these works articulate a tension between the orderly patterns of Modernism and the chaotic... More

Project • By Migliore + Servetto ArchitectsExhibitions

CONSTANCY & CHANGE in Korean traditional craft 2013

For the exhibition “Constancy & Change in Korean Traditional Craft 2013” at the Triennale of Milan on the occasion of Salone del Mobile 2013, Migliore + Servetto Architects has designed an essential set up, with a strong visual and emotional impact, able to exalt the shapes and perfection of the works of Korean masters. It’s a neutral environment, far from all contexts, where great hanging membranes protect the objects, covering them with the thin transparency of the fabric’s weave. Above them a mix of cables and pulleys, as to recall the manufacturing tradition; below them, along two long white lightboxes, the works of art, wrapped in rays of light; on the background walls, 11 videos give back a more detailed narration, that leads to a... More

Project • By Migliore + Servetto ArchitectsExhibitions

NEW YORK TIMES STYLE MAGAZINE – SEEING THE LIGHT Exhibition

The New York Times Style Magazine and the International Herald Tribune Style Magazine hosted a special event to kick off Seeing the Light, a special exhibition curated by T Magazine. The installation unfold from the corridor of the Bulgari Hotel where seven Flos Superarchimoon lamps cast a spotlight on the iconic T graphic, printed on aluminum sheeting. Arranged outside in the hotel’s manicured gardens 12 installations, housed in oversized wooden cargo-like crates and marked with the T graphic on their sides. The boxes are open on one side to reveal upholstered and neon-light trimmed interiors, showcasing objects by some of the design world’s most influential names, including illuminated vases by Serralunga, Rosenthal and Emu; glass pi... More

Project • By BrigadaExhibition Centres

A room that glows in the dark

Inspired by the successful project Good ideas glow in the dark, the annual report of Adris Group that has won many awards, we designed and set up the pavilion for Adris at the Weekend Media Festival, the largest regional festival of media industry. We created a completely white, acromatic room in which, upon entering, the lights automaticly fade out and the only visible things are the glowing Adris annual reports on the shelves and tables. More

Project • By BrigadaExhibitions

The culture of smoking - From Taboo to Taboo

Glyptotheque HAZU, an art institution in Zagreb, Croatia, wanted to explore the link between smoking, art, and the concept of taboo.The resulting exhibition focuses on the role of smoking in Croatia's artistic and popular culture over the last 150 years. Playing with the idea of taboo, we designed an anti-exhibition – a display that hides the exhibits even from the museum itself. We created a completely new space, with no apparent walls, floor or ceiling,where the only structures are cylindrical display rooms. Softly illuminated from within, they invite visitors to take a closer look. But only after stepping inside are the objects of taboo revealed. More

Project • By Migliore + Servetto ArchitectsExhibitions

“COATS! MAX MARA, 60 YEARS OF ITALIAN FASHION”

The exhibition designed by M+S for Max Mara in Moscow is presented inside the prestigious State Historical Museum at n.1 Red Square. The whole exhibition is at level +1, though a scenographical installation has been inserted along the grand entry stairs as an introduction to the narration. Almost suspended in the void up to 9 meters of height, a selection of 15 items, all in the same colour, seems like flying in a dynamic installation where timed lights and transparency effects, given by different layers, stress the characters and signs of their design. Inside the rooms the whole exhibition follows a narration. The project is organized in thematic areas interlaced and connected one with the other according to the course of time. The... More

Project • By Forbo Flooring SystemsUniversities

University of Bedford

"Forbo's integrated portfolio helped streamline the ordering process" Nick Perkins, Hi-tech flooring Designed as a flexible education hub, the University of Bedfordshire's new £34m campus in Luton has been created to offer staff and students a stimulating environment for both learning and relaxing. Housing a 240-seat lecture theatre, exhibition space, informal learning zone, the Student Union and a variety of places to eat, the building's multi-purpose nature meant a combination of flooring solutions were required to meet the diverse needs of the space. With an impressive integrated flooring portfolio, Forbo Flooring Systems was well equipped to meet this brief. More

Project • By Migliore + Servetto ArchitectsExhibitions

Picasso Exhibition

A light intervention inside Palazzo Reale, is the exhibition pr oject designed by Italo Lupi, Ico Migliore and Mara Servetto. On one side it creates a great dialogue with the pre-existing architecture, on the other is supports the narration and use of the exhibition. As a prelude to the exhibition, in the first rooms, long expository out of scale tables display a narration, both on paper and multimedia, about the historic exhibition of ’53 on Picasso in Milan. The rooms that host the works of art are characterized by the presence of a continuous surface of white light, all over the perimeter external wall, that marks and guides the pathways and that is in contrast with the warm grey displaying walls: at the bottom there’s a continuous bench... More
Lounge Club Diez
Lounge Club Diez
Lounge Club Diez

Project • By Serrano Monjaraz ArquitectosExhibition Centres

Lounge Club Diez

This space was developed to be included in a temporary exhibit. One of the most important markers was to combine the use of technology with customer service. This was achieved by using a large number of LDC screens that were repeated infinitely through the mirrors located on the floor and ceiling. A space with a pool and dome was selected to achieve the effect. More
Centro de Tecnologías Telmex
Centro de Tecnologías Telmex
Centro de Tecnologías Telmex
Centro de Tecnologías Telmex
Centro de Tecnologías Telmex

Project • By Serrano Monjaraz ArquitectosExhibition Centres

Centro de Tecnologías Telmex

Centro de Tecnologías Telmex in México by Serrano Monjaraz Arquitectos More

Project • By Arc2 architectenInformation Centres

Railway Museum Utrecht

The Railway Museum is situated at the rear of Maliebaan Station in the city centre of Utrecht. Considerable thought went into how the museum relates to its surroundings. The building consists of a large hall plus three exhibition rooms whose volumes project through the sloping roof. The outer wall is built in brickwork with window strips that are filled with glazing, grilles or sections of weather-boarding according to the interior functions. The structural frame resembles a rib cage, and is supported by columns which branch upwards like trees. Railway Museum Utrecht, the Netherlands by Arc2 architecten. More

Project • By Head Architecture and Design Ltd.Shops

Manchester United Experience, The Venetian, Macao

Award IC Award International interior Design 2009 Gold Award @ Exhibition Category Project Information Lead Architect and Interior Designer: HEAD Architecture and Design Limited Project Director: Mike Atkin Project Team Leader: Max Cheung Location: Level 3 and Level 5, Grand Canal Shoppes, Venetian Macao Brief From this research, a brief began to define itself and a rental approach was decided upon. Take an expensive area on the main retail level and then a larger (but much cheaper in terms of rent) area on the level above and draw customers in at the lower retail level, feed them up to the experience and return them through the retail. Hence, the Manchester United Mega store was built on Level 3 of The Venetian Cotai... More