Basics Interior Design 02: Exhibition Design

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AVA Publishing, Dec 1, 2010 - Architecture - 184 pages
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Basics Interior Design 02: Exhibition Design explores the role of the exhibition designer as a creative practitioner, and seeks to communicate a better understanding of exhibition design as a discipline. This umbrella term incorporates the development of commercial trade fairs, brand experiences, themed attractions, world expositions, museum galleries, visitor centres, historic houses, landscape interpretation and art installations. Millions of people visit exhibitions of one sort or another every year, constituting a multi-billion dollar global industry. This book offers a comprehensive guide to the practice of exhibition design, and considers the blurring of its borders with other disciplines, such as graphic design. It is an engagingly visual text, supported by student exercises, tips, and helpful resource directories.
 

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Contents

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01 What is an exhibition?
02 Exhibition design
03 Designing a narrative
04 Exhibition media
05 Exhibition graphics
06 Putting on a show
Conclusion
Useful resources
Glossary
Index
Acknowledgements
Picture credits
Working with ethics
Back cover
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Pam Locker is the subject leader for the Design for Exhibition and Museums course at the University of Lincoln and has worked as a museum and exhibition designer and consultant for a range of projects and organizations in Britain and Europe. As a Principal Teaching Fellow at the university she has a special interest in the use of communication design in education and has developed an online resource 'Pencils and Pixels' that uses filmed demonstrations aimed at teaching design students about the role of drawing as a means of communication. Pam is a fellow of the Chartered Society of Designers and a Member of the Higher Education Academy.

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