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Architecture August, 20 2009

Tjep for the Maritiem Museum, Rotterdam

Exhibition design is often overlooked by many museum goers. Display and signage do, however, play an integral roll in how the space is paced and the objects are viewed. Dutch firm Tjep has done a remarkable job of working the new instillation at Rotterdam’s Maritiem Museum outlining the history of the Dutch navy. White poles are used as support throughout, which adds a lightness to a decidedly heavy set of objects. Good balance and quite inventive problem solving. (via Dezeen).

Secondary view after the jump.

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