Architecture without museum content (Landscape of Emotions)

Arion Karaqica

Project idea

This bachelor topic is focused on the design of the Museum of Architecture without content.
Considering the development that museums have and continue to have in all countries of the world, let it be understood that such a development is necessary for Kosovo. Using a design that is in accordance with the highest architectural values and also in a specific location, in the first part of the theme special focus is given to the surrounding objects. This care shown makes it possible for the museum to be in full harmony with its "neighbors". This means that in the location in question we have a mixture of facades.
As a synthesis of these analyses, this topic presents the plan for the conceptual project of the Museum. The museum with emotional spaces aims at unconventional spaces that challenge traditional norms by reimagining the very essence of how art is curated, exhibited and experienced.
The rigid division of artistic genres or historical periods is replaced by a tense, multi-dimensional shallow approach or body that embraces diversity and experimentation. This departure challenges the notion that art must conform to predetermined categories, encouraging a more holistic and interactive engagement with the audience.

Project description

The concept of a museum that is not a representative museum is a departure from traditional notions of exhibition spaces. This innovative approach redefines the role of a museum by transforming it into a dynamic and unconventional environment that challenges preconceived ideas about the curation and presentation of art.
At the core of this unconventional museum is a dedication to artistic expression and exploration. Unlike traditional museums, which often stick to specific themes or historical periods, this concept encompasses a diverse range of artistic forms. Paintings, sculptures, installations and interactive exhibits come together in a harmonious blend, creating a multi-sensory experience for visitors.
An impressive feature that distinguishes this unconventional museum is the presence of a red ramp. This architectural element overcomes its functional purpose, becoming a symbolic bridge between the inner and outer spheres, which emerges in an uncontrolled form outside the inner sphere. The Ramp has a very clean walking form to intervene in the Ramp, a central body is placed that hits the Ramp, this body has the function of an underground tunnel for the movement of visitors and the experience of light and darkness, also this Ramp serves as a visual focal point, giving inviting visitors to watch her bold path and symbolizing a journey of artistic discovery.
As social dynamics change and perspectives on art and culture evolve, a demand arises for spaces that reflect this changing landscape. The conventional model of museums, with its rigid structures and predetermined narratives, is intended in the entrance part to oblige visitors to pass through a Labyrinth where during the passage to the main part they experience different emotions and then experience the emotions of the Rampe's landscapes, this historical trajectory underlines the importance of searching for new paradigms that break away from established norms.

Technical information

Architecturally, the museum deviates from the conventional with an emphasis on fluidity and interconnectedness. Open spaces (surfaces), flexible layouts and the deliberate lack of rigid divisions between exhibits create an atmosphere that encourages dynamic exploration. Architectural aspects give the appearance of adaptability, allowing the spaces to evolve along with the dynamic nature of the art it houses.
As visitors navigate through interconnected exhibits, the open and flexible layout fosters a sense of exploration. The unconventional architecture blurs the lines between different art forms and encourages interdisciplinary interactions, challenging visitors to rethink preconceived notions about artistic categorizations.
The walking ramp, with its sweeping path and bold visual impact, becomes a focal point for visitor engagement. As visitors traverse the ramp, they actively participate in a curated journey guided by architectural design. This deliberate movement serves to increase their connection to the exhibited art, transforming the act of exploration into a narrative experience.
Furthermore, the inclusion of technology and interactive elements within the exhibits adds layers to the visitor experience. Interactive installations, multimedia displays and augmented reality components contribute to a multi-sensory engagement that goes beyond the visual, inviting visitors to actively participate in the creation of meaning.

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