The permanent exhibition area in the center loft of the Quai Branly Museum was to undergo its first complete remodeling. We won the competition with a proposal of modules that are able to support a variety of exhibition designs inside modest spaces. As soon as these multi-functional movable exhibition cases were installed, I attempted the first exhibition lighting. The primitive art of Papua New Guinea is extremely diverse in both materials and form. Nevertheless, I was able to produce lighting that satisfied the curator and also prove the highly functional performance of the modules.
: Quai Branly
Project Team : Gregoire Diehl & Thierry Payet
Dates : 2012
Construction Cost : 272 K€
Surface : 100 m2
Renovation of a museum space Interior and museum lighting design