The Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb

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The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb - book
Design and layout for a monography.
April, 2017 | Editorial
The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb - book
Editorial client The Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb project Design and layout for a monography. year 2017

The book by the museum documentarian, Ana Solter, "The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb - life from 19th to 21st century" follows the museum from its early years to today. The book contains documents from the museum archives: manuscripts, photographs, letters, illustrations of various objects; therefore it was logical to "package" the documents, or rather the book, into the covers which, with its form and content, resemble a museum archive folder.

coauthor:
Andrea Sužnjević

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The book by the museum documentarian, Ana Solter, "The Archaeological Museum in Zagreb - life from 19th to 21st century" follows the museum from its early years to today. The book contains documents from the museum archives: manuscripts, photographs, letters, illustrations of various objects; therefore it was logical to "package" the documents, or rather the book, into the covers which, with its form and content, resemble a museum archive folder.

coauthor:
Andrea Sužnjević

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Northern Ibers
Poster for an exhibition in Archaeological Museum in Zagreb.
March, 2016 | Posters
Northern Ibers
Posters client The Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb project Poster for an exhibition in Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. year 2016

The Northern Iberians were people who inhabited Catalonia before Christ. This exhibition in the Archeological Museum of Zagreb is centered specifically on the decapitation cult and mystic rituals.

exhibition design collaborator:
Andrea Hržić Šesnić

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The Northern Iberians were people who inhabited Catalonia before Christ. This exhibition in the Archeological Museum of Zagreb is centered specifically on the decapitation cult and mystic rituals.

exhibition design collaborator:
Andrea Hržić Šesnić

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Archaeological Museum Campaign
Poster Campaign for Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb
February, 2014 | Posters
Archaeological Museum Campaign
Posters client The Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb project Poster Campaign for Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb year 2014

The project assignment was to increase citizens’ awareness about the Archeological Museum. In an informal research we noticed that a large number of Zagrebians know about the cafe bar in the atrium of the Archeological Museum, but have never visited the museum itself. We addressed that audience and pointed out that the place they frequent and pass by is close to a museum rich with world famous exhibits and collections.

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The project assignment was to increase citizens’ awareness about the Archeological Museum. In an informal research we noticed that a large number of Zagrebians know about the cafe bar in the atrium of the Archeological Museum, but have never visited the museum itself. We addressed that audience and pointed out that the place they frequent and pass by is close to a museum rich with world famous exhibits and collections.

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The Jabuka Exhibition
45 years of Jabuka exhibition design.
January, 2014 | Exhibition Design
The Jabuka Exhibition
Exhibition Design client The Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb project 45 years of Jabuka exhibition design. year 2014

The exhibition about the 45 year old history of the Jabuka Club. The club connects many generations and each person has unique emotions and experiences, and we used the fact the club hasn’t changed much since it opened. Every room in the exhibition shows a different time period, and each room contains the same stylized bar to emphasize that while people change, Jabuka remains the same. To further emphasize the club’s character, the whole exhibition is made up from 540 colored beer cases.

collaborators:
Elizabeta Novaković
Marinko Murgić 

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The exhibition about the 45 year old history of the Jabuka Club. The club connects many generations and each person has unique emotions and experiences, and we used the fact the club hasn’t changed much since it opened. Every room in the exhibition shows a different time period, and each room contains the same stylized bar to emphasize that while people change, Jabuka remains the same. To further emphasize the club’s character, the whole exhibition is made up from 540 colored beer cases.

collaborators:
Elizabeta Novaković
Marinko Murgić 

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A Palace and a Museum
Design for an exhibition about the history of the Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb.
May, 2013 | Exhibition Design
A Palace and a Museum
Exhibition Design client The Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb project Design for an exhibition about the history of the Archaelogical Museum in Zagreb. year 2013

A Palace and a Museum is an exhibition at the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. The exhibition simultaneously follows the history of the museum and the history of the palace on Zrinjevac Square, where it has been located since 1945. The exhibition was designed so the audience follows two ribbons, one which follows the history of the museum, and the other which follows the history of the palace. Both ribbons start out at the entrance to the museum and serve as a distinctive spatial marker. The ribbons enter the museum and lead the visitors to the exhibition space, where they separate into smaller threads and lead to separate exhibits. The visitors are guided through the exhibition via a real spatial timeline.

coauthor: Ivan Veljača

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A Palace and a Museum is an exhibition at the Archaeological Museum in Zagreb. The exhibition simultaneously follows the history of the museum and the history of the palace on Zrinjevac Square, where it has been located since 1945. The exhibition was designed so the audience follows two ribbons, one which follows the history of the museum, and the other which follows the history of the palace. Both ribbons start out at the entrance to the museum and serve as a distinctive spatial marker. The ribbons enter the museum and lead the visitors to the exhibition space, where they separate into smaller threads and lead to separate exhibits. The visitors are guided through the exhibition via a real spatial timeline.

coauthor: Ivan Veljača