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Suez Canal Epic – Arab World Institute – 2018

Tactile Studio is proud to partner with the Arab World Institute in Paris on its brand new exhibition « L’épopée du Canal de Suez », the Suez Canal epic. We have worked on a pilot mediation tool, questioning the notions of object embedding and free access. We have come up with an exciting period piece of newspaper format. This allows to discover the geography of the Canal, its main harbours and the engraving of one the first boatship passing through. As well as blending in seamlessly with the scenography. Read More

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Louvre Abu Dhabi – A universal museum

The new Louvre Abu Dhabi opened last November 2017. 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 design, produce and set up 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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Guise’s Familistere – a comprehensive accessibility chain project

Guise’s Familistère is a complex of buildings built by the manufacturer and utopian socialist Jean-Baptiste André Godin in the mid-19th century. It is considered as one of the first (if not the first) social housing construction at all. The design solutions imagined were used more than 50 years later by architects such as Le Corbusier. Read More

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