Thursday, April 7, 2011

Entrance hall at the NAI, Rotterdam

Continuing with posts in the series of "entrances in museums", I would like to point here the attention to an ingenious way to solve space distribution, uses and services to visitors and its uses, making clear what the reception area is for.  Movable modules are installed in the open central area, colors and names on them are to define uses and organize the information ffor visitors.  cristla walls in the building also help in the connection between exterior and interior, which in this specific case is used in a dramatic way to facilitate architectural exhibition.

Ground floor from exhibits floor 

Reception area


NAI Bookshop

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