A design team lead by Cultural Innovations has presented the final plans for the exhibition spaces at the Massar Children’s Discovery Centre in Damascus. The team, which includes British consultancies Real Studios and Furneaux Stewart/KCA, as well as Amsterdam-based Northernlight, unveiled the scheme to Syria’s First Lady Asma Assad, who sponsors the programme. The 5500m2 space will consist of a common area surrounded by nine ‘clusters’ which will house interactive exhibits.
Lume, which has been developed by Imagination, can be used to present research in 3D from fields including science, medicine, astronomy and finance.
True North has carried out the project, which includes a Lego brick-based visual system, a “playful” tone of voice and imagery of children engaging with the kits.
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