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Set-up of large exhibition spaces
The designing of large exhibition areas require the ability to transform them using the typical skill of both an architect and a set designer, thus modifying styles, materials, colours and lights in order to develop a project that interprets the objects to be exposed in relation to space. Today the set-up is no longer seen as a simple show-case, but rather as a container of concepts and sensations to be conveyed to the visitors, allowing them to live an emotional experience.
In a large exhibition space, where the attention of the visitor could be distracted because of the amplitude of the location, it’s therefore fundamental to take into account various factors ranging from technical to “experiential” needs in order to involve all senses as well as communicating cultural information through an emotional engagement. In this respect, technology is increasingly its “weight” on contemporary set-up design projects, offering solutions that enhance the experience of the visit through interactive paths built with video wall or multimedia tables that offer better the possibility to interact with them.
From a technical point of view, this kind of set-ups must carefully identified a suitable position for each piece of art as well as an appropriate use of lighting. Inside the space, whether it is a unique room or a multi-rooms, the areas must be equipped with appropriate seats that have the scope to make the exposed works more enjoyable avoiding any stress. Care to detail, best quality materials and trusted suppliers are also key factors for a successful project.
Tosetto is specialised in the set-up of large exhibition spaces counting on important references such as the Arsenale and the Giardini in Venice, locations of the Art and Architecture Biennale.
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