Experiencing the Museum | Conference-debate at the Palazzo Trevisan
A museum is a special architectural creation in more than one sense. An emblematic component of the urban landscape, it embodies and conveys a great many representations emanating from the community that built it. The actors involved in such projects all have their own perceptions and expectations regarding the edifice. Which means that the role of the architect is not only to allow dialogue, but also to distil broader perspectives in order to achieve the best possible result.
Anne-Catherine Lyon, Minister of Education, Youth and Culture, State of Vaud; Pascal Broulis, Minister of Finance and External Relations, State of Vaud;Chantal Prod’Hom, Director of the Musée de design et d’arts appliqués contemporains (mudac) and President of the Management Board of Pôle muséal, Lausanne; Christophe Gantenbein, Christ & Gantenbein, Basel; Fabrizio Barozzi, Barozzi/Veiga, Barcelona; Manuel Aires Mateus, Aires Mateus, Lisbon.
Moderator: Adelina von Fürstenberg, director of ART for The World
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