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cross-border / Exhibition guide

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Discipline: Interior Architecture

Discipline: Interior Architecture

The red St. Andrew’s Cross marks railroad crossings as well as danger zones. Acting as a signal on the facade of the Kunstmuseum Stuttgart, it draws the attention of passersby and accurately conveys the content of the exhibition: transgressing of limits and experiences.
The red St. Andrew’s Cross is consistently used for all printed products as well as for the exhibition design. It acts as a kind of heraldic symbol on the short guide, which resembles a passport in appearance. The exhibition, which consistently manages without headings and texts, refers to the individual texts in the short guide with page numbers on the walls.

Client / Manufacturer

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart

Kunstmuseum Stuttgart
Stuttgart, Germany

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Design

L2M3 Kommunikationsdesign

L2M3 Kommunikationsdesign GmbH
Stuttgart, Germany

Sabine Braun, Sascha Lobe, Jan Maier

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