The Van Abbemuseum was intended from its beginnings to be part of the living community of Eindhoven and surroundings.
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This webinar is a session of the series Accessibility + New Normal Talks. Organised by the Institute of Human Centered Design, Boston; in association with the Smithsonian Museum and the Theatre
La Casa Encendida (The Incandescent House—hereafter, La Casa) showcases a charity institution’s transformation into a vibrant cultural centre for shaping society—its temporary art displays working to shape attitudes, counter stereotyping and address human rights.
The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology in Oxford exemplifies conversion of a heritage ‘temple museum’ into a contemporary ‘forum’ that enhances sharing dialogue—emphasising shared intercultural exchanges underlying today’s multicultural societies.
This case study of the Navigation Pavilion illustrates transformation of an outmoded ‘grand narrative’ display to a theatrical space for showing fair representation—reviving “ordinary” voyagers’ tales excluded from Spain’s imperial maritime story.
The Municipio station is one of the 11 Art Stations along Line 1 (from Garibaldi to Piscinola) of the underground in Naples that are the result of a project by the municipal administration in Naples.
After being damaged by the 1997 earthquake, Palazzo Buonaccorsi is being restored and adapted to house Macerata’s Museum of Ancient Art, Museum of Modern Art and Coach Museum.
KAT18 conjures up the feeling of an inclusive Gesamtkunstwerk. It took a number of ingredients to make this low budget projet an unusual success.
Cutting-edge accessibility in 16th vaults, an elevator in the Kalmar Castle.
Mediaeval city walls surrounding an historic city in central Spain, where the motto “Accessibility and Inclusion” has been adopted by the municipality as a key social and economic driver.
Home adaptation and accessibility for historical urban houses. This case-study shows the succesful restoration and renovation of a typical early twentieth century Belgian urban terraced house (row house).
De l’accueil du public aux nouvelles expériences de visiteurs, ce séminaire propose d’explorer à travers des questions et cas concrets des façons d’envisager cette mise en accessibilité. Le 31 mai 2016 au Château des ducs de Bretagne – Musée d’Histoire de Nantes_