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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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Azay-le-Rideau – Palace – Loire Valley – 2015

The construction of the Palace of Azay-le-Rideau, set on an island in the middle of the river Indre, started under the reign of Francis I of France in the 16th century. Its successive owners brought changes and renovations to the initial building, like a renaissance-style north facade, an english-style garden, a salon decorated in 19th-century style, a water mirror to the south facade completed in the 20th century… Read More

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Louvre – Petite Galerie – Exhibition “Founding Myths. From Hercules to Darth Vader” – 2015

The Petite Galerie du Louvre is the museum’s center for learning and adresses children and youngsters, their parents and educators alike. It is here that a sample of the collection is put together for better understanding. Tactile Studio was asked to conceive a tactile book for the blind and visually impaired visitors. In 2015 the Petite Galerie’s exhibition «Founding Myths. From Hercules to Darth Vader» (Oct. 12, 2015 – July 4, 2016) illustrated how artists around the world have reanimated old myths in painting, sculpture, cinema, music and more. The tactile book is subtle, gentle to touch and durable, thanks to tearproof material used. Read More

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