Architectuur Biënnale, Nederlands Architectuur instituut (N.A.i.)

Client: Nederlands Architectuur instituut (N.A.i.) / Kossmann & de Jong
Curator: Francine Houben

Lettering design for the exhibition ‘Mobility, a room with a view’, the first Architecture Biënnale in Rotterdam. In the main hall there was a huge worldmap (designed by NEXT Architects) and every city that was part of the exhibition was connected to this worldmap with a line. Every city had it’s own colour and if you followed the line through the whole room, you could find the huge cityplan, that turned round on a panel. If you kept following the line it would lead you to urban planning maps, models, etc. about the future of mobility in this particular city. The coloured lines and maps where all based on scales; the more you zoomed in on a project, the bigger the scale became.

Link: www.kossmanndejong.nl
Link: www.nextarchitects.com