Category Archives: Touchy artefacts

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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Urban Gardening in Parc de la Villette – Paris – 2013-2017

The Parc de la Villette brought in several urban gardening projects along the exposition «Le jardin planétaire». It was the starting point to raise awareness among citizens to ecological goals and sustainability. Tactile Studio designed tactile boards to fit into this paradise of nature. They were also formulated as an invitation to look around and observe the natural environment. Read More

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Art and Material: The sense of touch – Musée Fabre – Montpellier

Back to The Enlightenment, at the very heart of the modern knowledge, in Voltaire Castle itself. What would you feel, sense whilst touching Voltaire’s face, nose and eyes? You may come out of this tactile experience more candid, ingenuous, eager to cultivate your garden. Read More

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Foundation Louis Vuitton – Paris – 2015

The Louis Vuitton Foundation wished to make their stunning building accessible to all – particularly to the visually impaired people. The famous building by American architect Frank Gehry takes the form of a sailboat’s sails inflated by the wind. Among the many particularities of the architecture is the near impossibility to visually dissociate the outside envelope of the building from its exterior volumes. Read More

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International Perfume Museum – Grasse

The International Perfume Museum is set in the French-Riviera back country town of Grasse, the cradle of luxury perfumery. It has recently opened up a whole new way of making exhibits accessible. Since summer 2016, Tactile Studio’s tactile and olfactory stations have given visitors the opportunity to visit all pages of the History of fragrances. You can discover with your senses a wide range of items from raw materials, manufacturing or design tools, to industry and wholesale’s applications. Read More

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Château de Champs-sur-Marne – 2015

The Champs-sur-Marne Castle is the only National Monument that is furnished. Beyond its exterior envelope, corresponding to a private hotel of the 18th century, it was essential for us to underline the beauty of the interiors and the particularity of the half-levels. Read More

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