temporary exhibition Exhibition WWF – A Biography, Zurich, ZH
Scenographically staged rooms represent people's living space. They form the main focus of the exhibition and tell of milestones in the history of the WWF. The untamed, naturally grown living space of the animals is contrasted with these built, planned, geometric spaces. The exhibition design moves in the area of tension between nature and culture, between natural and man-made living space.
The second part of the exhibition deals with today's areas of responsibility of the WWF. The so-called “footprint” garden sensually and tangibly addresses how people deal with water, soil, raw materials and energy. The world of allotment gardens serves as a scenic background.
|Project:||Exhibition WWF – A Biography|
|Project Type:||temporary exhibition|
|Client:||Schweizerisches Landesmuseum, Zürich, ZH|
|Job:||Design of an exhibition for the 50th anniversary of the WWF|
Design, Execution planning, Construction management
in cooperation with Meury Architektur, Zürich & Büro 4, Zürich