quai branly - PARIS - FRANCE

2006 - museum

We designed the entire museography. The great novelty is having dared bring the objects out from being tucked away under protection, thought he lighting is, of course, dim to ensure proper conservation of the pieces. The objective is for people to be as unaware as possible of the glass of the vitrines, so that only the objects appear. We also invented a sort of snake, made up of undulating modules in tactile leather that serve as a partition. They can be combined, and you can sit on them, and they can also come with integrated screens. The modules are neither display objects nor architecture, but once again a feature inspired by this particular building.