Admired by experts as well as artists these experiential museums are indeed, work of exceptional importance that carries both cultural and architectural significance.
Unlike a traditional storytelling technique modern museums today are coming up with elaborate experience related solutions that can emotionally enhance visitors’ experience.
These museums focus on activating senses of lifeless structures, historical monuments as well as moments. This way the visitor can walk beyond his imagination with a wake of his inner emotions.
With breathtaking structures, futuristic designs, art and curving lines such museums contribute towards urban development. Engaging visuals, landscapes, and architecture of the museums in themselves are an art of exception!
1. Amos Rex Museum
This museum rests in a vast underground space and is topped with conical domes that look like a bubble when seen from the surface. This cultural center is like a public playground for visitors and even skateboarders.
The museum showcases permanent exhibition of Sigurd Frosterus’s post-impressionist art collection on display. This place has an underground display for exhibitions.
While visitors can not only enjoy the scenic view from here, and also relish unique experiences and surprising encounters at this new museum.
2. Louvre Abu Dhabi Tour
The Louvre Abu Dhabi is one of the first universal museums in UAE. French museums including Musee d’Orsay, Musee du Louvre and Centre Pompidou are some recognized names that are a part of Louvre museum.
Pritzker-Prize winning architect Jean Nouvel designed this place. When we talk about the design, there is always a sheikh chic to the place, which makes it look grand and luxurious. Light fittings to the leather furniture to the glass domes, everything has that extra touch of bling!
As you walk through the gallery, it takes its visitor through a global journey of 12 chapters, which is arranged chronologically from prehistory to the present day. There is a delicate thread that binds all different ages and cultures with it.
3. Cleveland Museum of Art – ArtLens Interactive Studio
The ArtLens Interactive Studio in Cleveland has an elegant and clean User Interface, which is built exceptionally with museum mobile applications. It even has real-time AR applications. This helps in interacting with the customer using VR, giving them high-level user experiences and interaction.
All the tools and technologies used are segmented into several different levels for user interaction. The ultimate aim is to make it accessible and provide the high-level user experience.
A visitor can also save his preferable artworks using the ArtLens App. It has further improved optimization in comparison to other social media apps like Snapchat.
4. Sip My Ocean / Museum of Contemporary Art Australia, Sydney
The exhibition “Sip My Ocean” is one of the most comprehensive Art Museum in Australia. The museum presents the spectrum of work of Swiss artist Pipilotti Rist. It exhibits her work from her early days of single-channel videos of the 1980s to some large-scale installations done recently.
The work that she has done is an ode to humans who have created something spectacular and out-of-the-world with their intellect. They have perceived beauty in its raw nature and using emotions created something we will always look at in awe.
5. MoMAR Inaugural Show ‘Hello, We’re From The Internet’
The MoMAR is basically a collective of eight Internet artists who created their own Augmented Reality gallery at the Jackson Pollock room of the New York City Museum of Modern Art.
The project, “Hello, we’re from the internet” took over without permission and definitely created some good headlines. The purpose behind was to make a statement against the elitism in the field of art.
By downloading the MoMAR app, anyone can view their work through a phone.
One thing that stands out is the use of AR technology, which turned Pollock’s White Light painting into an interactive game. Artist Gabriel Barcia-Colombo created this feature.
White Light painting is one of the last works of Pollock made in 1956 just before he died.
Museum designs that are coming up today are architectural designs of the future. These are just a few names from the most anticipated projects of modern buildings and hold much more prominence in this modern world.
This article has been contributed by Saurak Bhaik, Managing Director & CEO, Tagbin