reOrder Exhibit in Brooklyn Museum by Situ Studio
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The reOrder Exhibit is an exhibition that can be enjoyed particularly by citizens of the Big Apple city. The exhibition is held at the Brooklyn Museum until January 15, 2012 next year. This reOrder is an explicit installation in hall area of the museum. It was made by an architectural design studio called Situ Studio.
The reOrder Exhibit has certain purpose.
It aims at changing the museum classical architecture. Another purpose is to impress visitors especially in the core entrance of museum building. A precious impact can also be felt in the case that reorder Exhibit make the hall as a more functional place.
The reOrder Exhibit is supported by LG Hausys.
In order to support this project, LG Hausys contributed solid surfacing material. The material which is donated is Slabs of acrylic HI-MACS® Solid Surfaces. This is can be seen in furniture construction of the Great Hall. All the benches and tables are covered and sited at the bottom part of columns.
Wes Rozen via contemporist.com review stated that LG Hausys’ solid surfacing was used to construct furniture around the base of the 16 large classical columns in the Great Hall.
The column is made with help of specialized computer. It helps in cutting HI-MACS®. It is thermoformed into sequence of curves shapes. These shapes are blended in wedges to enclose the bottom of the columns. This is of course one form of support for success of reOrder Exhibit.
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