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Verkehrshaus der Schweiz
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Verkehrshaus der Schweiz

With a permanent exhibition over an area of 1700 square meters in the Road Transport Hall, the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne presents the history and future of road transportation. In close cooperation with 14 exhibition partners from the automobile industry and the Museum of Transport as client, OOS has staged an exciting exhibition.

The individual themes of the exhibition are interpreted as design metaphors and can be recognized in spatially insular, individually designed exhibition buildings, giving the different themes their own identity and autonomy. Various exhibition experiences and their spatial overlapping take both the museum's cultural interests and the commercial interests of the sponsors and funding partners into account. From graphic illustrations to large-scale media projects, different media address a diverse target audience, which equally consists of car enthusiasts, families, small children and elderly people. The reserved light and color concept accords with the museum location and creates a uniform atmosphere in the exhibition hall. The color coding for the text graphics, interactive exhibits and media stations are derived from the environment on the street. The diversity and complexity inspires the visitors' imagination, encourages associations and leaves room for interpretation.

  • Project: Verkehrshaus der Schweiz
  • #: 474
  • Discipline: Scenography
  • Typology: Cultural
  • Size: L
  • Status: Completed
  • Year: 2009
  • Client: Verkehrshaus der Schweiz
  • Location: Luzern
  • OOS partner in charge: Severin Boser
  • OOS project manager: Severin Boser, Silke Ebner, Frank Dittmann
  • OOS team: Muammer Yigit, Benedict Ramser, Christoph Kellenberger, Gonçalo A. Manteigas
  • External experts: Curator: Andreas Humbel across the line ltd.
  • Management of works: Mediaplanning: Iart Interactive AG
  • Physics relating to construction: Interactive exhibits: Boyle Chris Concept Plus
  • Fire protection: Illustration: Patrick Andreas Lamprecht
  • Landscape architecture: Christian Riis Ruggaber crr
  • Sanitation: Mati AG
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