BIG, Chipperfield, Libeskind: Discover the Internships and Lectures of 2020's "Architecture for Exhibition"

BIG, Chipperfield, Libeskind: Discover the Internships and Lectures of 2020's "Architecture for Exhibition"

Due to the recent pandemic situation, for the courses held between September 2020 and January 2021, YAC has taken extraordinary measures to ensure the best performance of its activities and to facilitate access to its courses. In accordance with safety criteria, participation in the courses will be possible through a remote connection. Five scholarships are available for the full cost of enrollment and the full rules of the course are available on YAC's website.

The Course

Architecture has always played a key role in exhibitions. Museums and expositions are not only a cultural offer, but are defined by space, by an exhibition itinerary that is able to surprise and fascinate the visitor looking for an active and inspiring experience.

For exhibitions, architecture is as fundamental as the works of art, collections and artifacts. The “Architecture for Exhibition” course has been created on these premises: its aim is to train professional designers to materialize diverse artistic and museum experiences, enhancing the unique story behind each cultural proposal. Students will acquire new skills in exhibition design and will move in a very prestigious environment – culture – which today registers increasing demand by the most critical and exclusive customers.

Preservation practices, lighting techniques and perception psychology will be the focus of the course, to deepen participants' knowledge of technical practices to adopt in an exhibition design. The course will consist of 88 hours of lessons, a 32-hour workshop and multiple lectures by well-renowned professional architects. At the end of the course, YACademy’s Placement office will guarantee every student an internship or collaboration proposal in one of our partner studios.

YACademy students during the presentation of the workshop. Image © YAC srl

YACademy

YAC is an association which promotes architectural competitions aimed at fostering culture and design research. Over the years, YAC has broadened its experience of work and collaboration with the main architectural firms of contemporary architecture, dealing with diverse and numerous topics of architectural design. Today, YAC’s expertise can serve young designers by providing them with high-level educational programs aimed at polishing the skills of the students and offering them a valuable connection to the labour market.

Thanks to close relationships with internationally renowned professional and academic figures, YACademy is the perfect frame within which to complete or specialize one’s skills, and to create a significant link with the most internationally-renowned architectural firms. The location of the courses, also available via remote connection since 2020, is the prestigious headquarters of YACademy: a medieval building located in the heart of Bologna’s historical city center, close to the Two Towers and next to Piazza Santo Stefano - namely, one of the most picturesque areas of the city.

YACademy campus. Image © YAC srl

Special Lectures

ITALO ROTA | STUDIO ITALO ROTA & PARTNERS
Dior, Louvre ed Expo: 40 years of exhibition design

GIULIO RIGONI | BIG BJARKE INGELS GROUP
San Pellegrino headquarters: how to narrate the company’s story

PAOLO MATTEUZZI | ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
The museum for the XXI century

DANIEL LIBESKIND | STUDIO LIBESKIND
Crystallizing the tragedy: Jüdisches Museum

MARCO CATTANEO | NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ITALIA
Pictures from the world: National Geographic’s exhibitions

PATRICK LÜTH | SNØHETTA
SFMOMA: the expansion of San Francisco Museum of Modern Art

LIVIA TANI | ATELIERS JEAN NOUVEL
Monumentality and technology: from the Louvre of Abu Dhabi to the National Museum of Qatar

GIUSEPPE ZAMPIERI | DAVID CHIPPERFIELD ARCHITECTS MILANO
Chipperfield at Basilica Palladiana

EMMANUELLE MOUREAUX | EMMANUELLE MOUREAUX ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN
Colors! The magic of colours

YACademy students during the lecture of Eduardo Souto de Moura. Image © YAC srl

Workshop

EXHIBITION DESIGN FOR AUTOMOBILI LAMBORGHINI
Giuseppe Zampieri | David Chipperfield Architects Milano

The workshop will present a practical opportunity to test and recapitulate all the notions learned during the other lessons. It will offer strategic solutions concerning a real architectural project. The course will be conducted in collaboration with MUDETEC (Museum of Automobili Lamborghini Technologies).

Students will be given the rare opportunity to work on the 2021 set-up of the Lamborghini Museums - imagining, through their work, a museum itinerary aimed at telling the story of innovation and the identity of one of the most famous brands in the world. By showcasing models and parts of cars that have made design history in the automotive field, the challenge that the students will face will be to transmit the high content of technological and design innovation brought about by Lamborghini cars over the years.

The students must also be able to make a widespread yet refined use of the most advanced edutainment and digital storytelling technologies: the ambition of the exhibition setting cannot be limited to the user’s experience at the museum, but must also open up to a logic of narration and maximum spreading on the most diverse social and communication channels. With the most famous luxury-car brand in the world behind it and an invaluable collection of cars, MUDETEC will guarantee the participants the unique opportunity to link their names to a creation for a true legend of Made in Italy: Automobili Lamborghini.

Lamborghini Museum Interiors. Image © Automobili Lamborghini S.p.A.

Lessons

HISTORY OF MUSEOGRAPHY - The history of spaces for culture | 8 HOURS
Matteo Cassani Simonetti | Università di Bologna

CONTEMPORARY ART - The languages of art| 8 HOURS
Elisabetta Barisoni | Ca’ Pesaro- Galleria Internazionale d’Arte Moderna

EXHIBITION MARKETING AND COMMUNICATION - A comparison between cultural and commercial aspects | 8 HOURS
Francesco Cardinali | ADVcreativi

DESIGNING EXHIBITION SETTINGS - Methodologies and creative choices | 8 HOURS
Antonio Ravalli | Antonio Ravalli Architetti

REALIZING EXHIBITION SETTINGS - Technical choices and realization strategies | 6 HOURS
Claudio del Vico | ARTISER

LIGHT DESIGN - Light as the guide of the exhibition itinerary | 6 HOURS
Dario Bettiol | Zumtobel

PRECIOUS - Preservation and exhibition techniques| 8 HOURS
Manuela Panarelli | Arteria srl

IMMERSIVE STORYTELLING FOR EXHIBITION - Fundamentals and solutions for digital storytelling| 6 HOURS
Andrea Gion | Drawlight

EXHIBITING IN THE PUBLIC SPACE - The city as the exhibit stage | 6 HOURS
Simone Gheduzzi | Diverserighestudio

CURATION AND VISUAL COMMUNICATION - Architects as makers of a cultural itinerary | 8 HOURS
Vittorio Linfante | Politecnico di Milano

CASE HISTORY - Successful examples of exhibition design | 8 HOURS
Sandro Pittini | Università di Bologna

COMMUNICATING ARCHITECTURE - Methods of narration of the architectural project | 8 HOURS
Mats Andersen | MIR

Internship

At the end of the course, YACademy Placement office will guarantee each student a proposal for an internship / collaboration with some of the studios best matching the topic of the course, including:

  • DAVID CHIPPERFIELD MILANO
  • ZAHA HADID ARCHITECTS
  • JEAN NOUVEL DESIGN
  • BIG BJARKE INGELS GROUP
  • SNØHETTA
  • EMMANUELLE MOUREAUX ARCHITECTURE + DESIGN
  • ANTONIO RAVALLI ARCHITETTI

YACademy 2019 internships' map. Image © YAC srl

Partners

In collaboration with:

For more information visit: www.yacademy.it
Contact: studenti@yacademy.it

  • Title

    BIG, Chipperfield, Libeskind: Discover the Internships and Lectures of 2020's "Architecture for Exhibition"
  • Type

    Call for Submissions
  • Website

  • Organizers

  • Registration Deadline

    July 17, 2020 11:59 PM
  • Submission Deadline

    July 17, 2020 11:59 PM
  • Venue

    Bologna
  • Price

    61€

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Cite: "BIG, Chipperfield, Libeskind: Discover the Internships and Lectures of 2020's "Architecture for Exhibition"" 26 May 2020. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/939957/big-chipperfield-libeskind-discover-internships-and-lectures-of-architecture-for-exhibition-2020-edition> ISSN 0719-8884

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