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An exhibition is a display of different items of interest (art, artefacts, etc.) which is presented in an engaging way in an appropriate space for a particular audience.

The objective of this subject is to introduce students to interior design process, problem solving and critical thinking towards exhibition interior design projects. The focus of this course is to develop the process of conveying information through visual storytelling and environment.

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TEACHING STRATEGIES:

During this course students learn to explore the many and diverse elements of museum exhibition including design brief, programming (concept development, ideation, and design development.); communication with the visitor; problem-solving and creativity; accessibility and universal design exhibition elements.

The program consists of theory based lectures, seminars, practical exercise and project based assessment.

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ASSESSMENT:

Design Thinking Introduction

Background and History of Exhibition Design

Introduction to Exhibition Design Typologies

Site analysis and Building surveying

Traveling Exhibition
Exhibition - Advertising and Promotion

Assessment 01 - Small Design Project

  • Research and Case Studies

  • Conceptual Design

Assessment 02 - Main Design Project

  • Site and Building Analysis

  • Concept and Design Development

  • Final Design

  • Presentation and Documentation

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