The National Maritime Museum 2011 Amsterdam

Client
Het Scheepvaartmuseum
Area (sqm)
1,230
Tags
Culture
Topics
History, Mobility, Technology
Formats
Exhibition, Refurbishment, Museum

The object gallery of the National Maritime Museum is primarily addressed to visitors who are interested in art. The high-quality museum collection was divided into seven object groups. In addition to unique, valuable globes and the important collection of navigation instruments, there are models of ships, maritime paintings, ships' ornaments, photo albums and handcrafted items made of glass, silver and porcelain. These are set in scene in an exhibition area of around 1,200 square metres. For each group of objects, a specific narrative space was developed, whereby the exhibition is the starting point and simultaneously an integrative component of the narrative space.

Exhibition Concept and Design, Scenography
ATELIER BRÜCKNER
Light Planning
Lichtontwerpers
Media Production
Kiss the Frog
Exhibition Graphics with
attraktive grautöne
Architecture/Conversion
Dok Architects
Photography
Michael Jungblut
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