micromuseum Architecture, Dresden
Exhibition celebrating the German Architects’ Day in the German Hygiene Museum Dresden
On the German Architects’ Day 2011 in Dresden, the Saxony Chamber of Architects presented the exhibition installation “micromuseum architecture” by Ruairí O’Brien as part of the supporting program designed by the AKS for the DAT 2011 and as an element of the AKS’ multifaceted commitment on the occasion of its foundation 20 years ago.
The object consists of basic modules, shelves and connecting elements that can be variably combined with each other. With a minimal number of these modular components, the exhibition installation can be flexibly set up in 4 different scenarios and equipped with different information materials to look at and touch as required. The exhibition installation embodies ubiquitous basic principles in architecture: the dialogue between the horizontal and the vertical, between inside and outside, between spatial boundaries and empty space, between surface and body.
Client: Saxony Chamber of Architects, 2011
Execution: German Workshops Hellerau