Head of the Studio: dr Piotr Barłóg, ad.
Location: building C / room 07
Exhibition Design Studio II deals with topics related to the broadly understood exhibition – from commercial, through art exhibitions, to issues of problem and experimental exhibitions. The premise of the studio is that every student has a chance to encounter the most diverse issues, which is why both semesters cover topics from “opposite poles”. The aim is to sensitize to the recipient’s issues, the specificity of the issue raised and the spatial context in which the student proposes his exhibition. The overriding issue is the understanding of the viewer-object / exhibit-idea-space-time relationship, as well as the ability to communicate the design concept in a communicative manner, which in itself is a form of exhibition. An important value of the didactic process is the connection between the aspects of architecture as an interior and architecture as an external form, which in particular concerns the design of exhibition stands that constitute street furniture. It is therefore a training in the perception of the relationship of contexts and their mutual meanings.