MUSEUMS

Museum projects are usually made for the public and most often than not, are given by Governments and Non-Profit Organizations. Their value system and philosophies therefore, are far more qualitative than quantitative.Architecturally,such projects bring in the interest, scale, impact and the opportunity of touching the common man with architecture and experience design.Working on different museums requires an in depth and sensitive understanding of the subject, its position in the society and most importantly its evolution for assessing its relevance in today’s context–philosophically,programmaticallyand technologically.

MUSEUMS

Museum projects are usually made for the public and most often than not, are given by Governments and Non-Profit Organizations. Their value system and philosophies therefore, are far more qualitative than quantitative.Architecturally,such projects bring in the interest, scale, impact and the opportunity of touching the common man with architecture and experience design.Working on different museums requires an in depth and sensitive understanding of the subject, its position in the society and most importantly its evolution for assessing its relevance in today’s context–philosophically,programmatically and technologically.

MUSEUMS

Museum projects are usually made for the public and most often than not, are given by Governments and Non-Profit Organizations. Their value system and philosophies therefore, are far more qualitative than quantitative.Architecturally,such projects bring in the interest, scale, impact and the opportunity of touching the common man with architecture and experience design.Working on different museums requires an in depth and sensitive understanding of the subject, its position in the society and most importantly its evolution for assessing its relevance in today’s context–philosophically,programmatically and technologically.

MUSEUMS

Museum projects are usually made for the public and most often than not, are given by Governments and Non-Profit Organizations. Their value system and philosophies therefore, are far more qualitative than quantitative.Architecturally,such projects bring in the interest, scale, impact and the opportunity of touching the common man with architecture and experience design.Working on different museums requires an in depth and sensitive understanding of the subject, its position in the society and most importantly its evolution for assessing its relevance in today’s context–philosophically,programmatically and technologically.

MUSEUMS

Museum projects are usually made for the public and most often than not, are given by Governments and Non-Profit Organizations. Their value system and philosophies therefore, are far more qualitative than quantitative.Architecturally,such projects bring in the interest, scale, impact and the opportunity of touching the common man with architecture and experience design.Working on different museums requires an in depth and sensitive understanding of the subject, its position in the society and most importantly its evolution for assessing its relevance in today’s context–philosophically,programmatically and technologically.