exhibition space

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exhibition space

Postby chloe18 » Sun Jan 07, 2007 1:53 pm

has any of you done an exhibition space? what should i consider if i have to design an exhibition space?
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Postby lekizz » Sun Jan 07, 2007 5:56 pm

what should i consider if i have to design an exhibition space?


You are a first year student aren't you? It helps if you say a bit more about your project, that will stop us giving you advice that is irrelevant to your course.

It would be best to start by asking your self what it is you are exhibiting - insects, watercolours, oil paintings, sculptures, brontosaurus skeletons etc. You will want to make the exhibits look their best, in an appropriately sized space. And then you, as the designer, have to decide the shape, look and feel of your space - maybe a white neutral box, maybe a dimly lit domestic sized room, maybe a grand open air terrace, maybe balconies, different levels, maybe it leads the visitor on a journey....
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Postby mazenimad » Mon Jan 18, 2010 7:48 pm

Hey am sorry lekizz to bump this article up so late.
What i really need is what exactly ur asking about and i would love to have some help as am doing my bachelors degree analysis ryt now in an International Exhibition Centre (permanent)
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