Interior design exhibition is completed designed by the Onix interior designer. This exhibition center is located in Groningen, The Netherlands. This exhibition project is a unique interior design of an exhibition center, and this is an impressive contemporary exhibition building architecture design.
For the architect as an interior designer, the architectonic compactness of the concept is to install a huge piece of furniture. A number of the structural improvements to the study center, the art lending library and the exhibition space are affected by this in situ intervention. The huge piece of the furniture which is being installed is punches through the facade, thus it is also marks the entrance from the street where it presents itself as a cross-section in the screen.
Behind this ‘frontage’, it is guides the visitors to the lending counter and the study center on the ground floor, and then the ramp-staircase to the art library on the floor above. All of these functions and the movements in a single form are integrated by this huge piece of the furniture. It is leads the visitors to past the zigzag table, the ‘communicator’, the round table, the ramp-staircase, the stair-cupboard, the ‘fort’, the hanging cupboards and the undulating floor. All of these functions are assimilated by the design in a hyper-functional way and ‘freezes’ them in a permanent form.
Interior Design Exhibition Review
The art of omission of the exhibition which is arranged by the architect with the office behind them is stands adjacent to the area; this area is where the mega piece of the furniture stretches out. Such as moving the doors, these already existed and it is only few strictly functional changes are made.
The ‘free zone’ is a part of the Center for the Visual Arts (CBK); it is where the user should be able to do as they please because of the many changing exhibitions. Here, the signature of the architect is deliberately omitted here. The art of the omission prevails in the literal sense in this zone; it is exemplified by the dismanting of the wooden details on the columns and railings, so the exhibition building is as bare as possible. Which is painted in grey, the floor of the exhibition space is the only coordinating the link with the other parts of the CBK.
Since there is an open connection which is transforms over the time, between the two zones and they overlap, there is interaction among them and they do not remain isolated. With the possibility of using the ramp-staircase as a podium or as a bench, a new function is comes into being between the two zones. This ambiguity is sensed by the users. Among the consumption and the production, they learn to deal with a field of the tension among the freedom and the dogma which prompts the discussion about the modes of the presentation. The differentiation and the openness create a situation in which the CBK is repeatedly confronted with its objectives and the question of how best to achieve them.
Location: Groningen, The Netherlands
Photographs: Courtesy of Onix