On 4000m² the exhibition shows Berlin as part of a global network. Visitors are interactively involved in the exhibition concept. The tactile exhibits were developed by Steffen Zimmermann – partner of our #go-inclusive initiative.
Your path to the tactile masterpiece
Which features should be tactilely perceptible? Which surface structure can be used for wood or stone? Is a distinction even necessary?
The translation of a painting into a tactile relief provides enough stumbling blocks to deter museums and exhibition designers from even trying. But with the right tactics, you not only get a tactile masterpiece, but also open up a new perspective on a familiar painting for your visitors.
1. Image analysis & Interpretation
In a preliminary discussion, we define the content you want to communicate. Which elements are important for the image statement and what needs to be paid special attention to in a 3-dimensional implementation? Can the desired features be realised in relief and distinguished tactilely?
2. Digital planning
In the 3D conception, we implement the content determined in the image analysis and modulate the painting as a relief.
High-quality and hygienic: Corian® is particularly suitable for busy public areas. In our workshop, we use CNC technology and traditional craftsmanship to create the 3D relief.
4. Inclusive exhibit
A 2D painting was transformed into a tactile exhibit that offers added value for all museum visitors, whether visually impaired or no