2005 | Asia / South korea / Kyonggi

Children Museum

The exhibits of the permanent exhibition area  are inside-colored glass boxes, which will apparently float inside the large glazed space: they will be evident from outside like a game of stained, cubic boxes which lighten with the sun light or with internal artificial light. Three different routes, one for each section of permanent exhibition, connect the boxes within the so-called warp space: through different slopes and glazed elevators the visitors will follow the exhibition route from one box to the other. The temporary exhibition rooms are close to the entrance so it’s easy to get in, see the temporary exhibit and go out and it is also close to the coffee-shop. From the temporary exhibition, you can directly reach the outdoor space for outdoor exhibitions. The educational areas are spread along the exhibition route in order to mix the two functions of the museum in a unique, deep experience for the child.

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