#3 SHOW OFF*: Architecture on Display
Making Narrative Spaces
Why the talk is inspiring?
Creating a good narrative space is about telling a multi – dimensional and interactive story with a balanced and broad array of media. The challenge is to translate often complex and scientific information into a narrative environment that appeals to a wide audience, which can educate, excite and entertain providing the visitors with an experience to remember.
Herman Kossmann (NL)
How the speaker is exceptional?
Architect at Amsterdam based exhibition architecture studio “Kossmann.deJong”. Coauthor of one of five pavilions for Shanghai World Expo 2010 together with Hypsos Leisure Asia.
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ENGAGING SPACES: EXHIBITION DESIGN EXPLORED
Why the book is worth reading?
Highlighted in this book are 30 narrative spaces orchestrated by Kossmann.dejong. Featured environments range from permanent presentations in museums and visitor centres to temporary exhibitions, among them the Urbanian Pavilion at the World Expo 2010 in Shanghai.