Category Archives: Multi sensory devices

Louvre Abu Dhabi – A universal museum

The new Louvre Abu Dhabi opened last Saturday eleventh of November. The museum partners with Agence France Museum, gathering seventeen of France’s most renowned cultural institutions. We are very proud that they have chosen us to realise the tactile accessibility of the permanent exhibition. Read More

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Weather Report – Bundeskunsthalle Bonn

Innovative universal means to explain weather and climate change

The exhibition “Weather Forecast” (from October 2017 to March 2018) in the Bundeskunsthalle in Bonn takes us on an interdisciplinary journey through the weather phenomena. Visitors wander on a complete weather day through the exhibition, experiencing a wide range of phenomena explicited by both arts and science. It spans from early morning fog over sun to rain and in the middle of the museum, even, to a hurricane. In addition, there are curiosities : peasant wisdoms and ancient myths. The big topic of climate change is not ignored. Read More

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“The Painter’s Worshop” (1855) Gustave Courbet – Musée d’Orsay – Paris – 2016

The Tactile exploration of the painting « L’Atelier du peintre » is part of a sensory multimodal experience.  It took place during the restoration of the masterpiece in 2016-17, inside the museum itself. Read More

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Cultural Center La Passerelle – Trévoux – 2014

The cultural center “La Passerelle” opened on September 14, 2013 in Trévoux, a town north of Lyon. The Department of Architectural Heritage (CIA), following the idea of the Municipality of Dombes Saône Vallée, created a permanent exhibition on the city, its architectural roots and the surrounding landscape types . Read More

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