ThinkTank in the Children's Museum Nuremberg, 2018
The Childrens’ Museum in Nuremberg commissioned an element that would act as a bridge between the living environment of the visitors and the core of its own agenda: raising awareness for natural cycles.
The wished-for “think tank” became a “think-with-your-hands-tank” while we developed it. While dismantling computers, watching the decomposition of matter behind glass and playing pinball machines with open or closed ball-runs the understanding proverbially grows under the fingers.
Guideline for implementation:
- - an open, sturdy character
- - flexibility of elements
- - short texts, or none at all (if possible)
- - constructivist approach towards experiences
- - do-it-yourself
Client: Kinder- und Jugendmuseum Nürnberg; Reinhild Zehnder, Yvonne Richter
Design: Thomas Geiss, Jochen Hunger, Britta Speer
Graphics: Sandra Di Maria
Implementation: Berndt Richter Ligneolus
Photography: Daniel Schäfer