Exhibitions design for
“Luca Meda_the joy of designing” at Triennale in Milan, May 2014

Catalogue

Exhibitions design for the Herzog Collection in the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome.


The exhibition was cancelled.

XVIII Triennale di Milano. Theme: the Project and the Environmental Challenge. We were asked from Aldo Rossi and Luca Meda to construct the graphics for the exhibition; it was a race against time: three days before the inauguration hardly any of the material from the architects had been received and changes were being made to the texts. A challenge to our  nervous system, up to the very last moment when the last of the exhibition installation workers disappeared behind the scenes, just as the first visitor was entering the Triennale, gazing around in wonder. This too is the Italian miracle.

One of the three posters for interiors. The style used recaptures the history of this exhibition-institution and incorporates a certain ’Milan’ feel. 

The Swiss Cultural Centre in Milan hosted an exhibition, ’Le ombre e le orme’ by Felix Humm, who has always worked professionally on the basis of mutual exchange with experimental art in the fields of painting, photography and engraving. Art studies have always influenced the subject of graphics which in return transmits certain qualities of order and rigour. Humm Design created all the graphics and communication, from the poster to the invitations, for the exhibition held from 25 November 1997 to 11 January 1998. 

The pictures show

the exhibition’s opening evening with the presentation of the book Frühling - Primavera - Spring Time - Printemps by Reto Hänny and Felix Humm. The evening passed with readings, discussions and music by jazz saxophonist

Werner Lüdi.

Graphic design for an excellent exhibition on two great photographers held in the prestigious Palazzo Reale opposite the Duomo in the heart of Milan.
This made us feel a part of this wonderful city.

The designs and accomplishments of Estudio Cano Lasso in Madrid in an exhibition at the Milan Triennale on the architectural ideas of its founder Julio, including the
’La Florida’ studio-home he created for himself. Step by step, we constructed the graphic design for an exhibition that followed the artistic career of one of Spain’s leading architects.

With Karin Gimmi (curator), Michael Burckhardt (coordination and exhibition design) and Felix Humm (graphic design), we created the small exhibition ’La costruzione del Centro Svizzero’, an exhibition divided into four chapters and spread over four floors that was later transferred to the Architekturfoyer of the ETH in Zurich.

Exhibitions design for
“Luca Meda_the joy of designing” at Triennale in Milan, May 2014

Catalogue

Exhibitions design for the Herzog Collection in the National Gallery of Modern Art in Rome.


The exhibition was cancelled.

XVIII Triennale di Milano. Theme: the Project and the Environmental Challenge. We were asked from Aldo Rossi and Luca Meda to construct the graphics for the exhibition; it was a race against time: three days before the inauguration hardly any of the material from the architects had been received and changes were being made to the texts. A challenge to our  nervous system, up to the very last moment when the last of the exhibition installation workers disappeared behind the scenes, just as the first visitor was entering the Triennale, gazing around in wonder. This too is the Italian miracle.

One of the three posters for interiors. The style used recaptures the history of this exhibition-institution and incorporates a certain ’Milan’ feel. 

The Swiss Cultural Centre in Milan hosted an exhibition, ’Le ombre e le orme’ by Felix Humm, who has always worked professionally on the basis of mutual exchange with experimental art in the fields of painting, photography and engraving. Art studies have always influenced the subject of graphics which in return transmits certain qualities of order and rigour. Humm Design created all the graphics and communication, from the poster to the invitations, for the exhibition held from 25 November 1997 to 11 January 1998. 

The pictures show

the exhibition’s opening evening with the presentation of the book Frühling - Primavera - Spring Time - Printemps by Reto Hänny and Felix Humm. The evening passed with readings, discussions and music by jazz saxophonist

Werner Lüdi.

Graphic design for an excellent exhibition on two great photographers held in the prestigious Palazzo Reale opposite the Duomo in the heart of Milan.
This made us feel a part of this wonderful city.

The designs and accomplishments of Estudio Cano Lasso in Madrid in an exhibition at the Milan Triennale on the architectural ideas of its founder Julio, including the
’La Florida’ studio-home he created for himself. Step by step, we constructed the graphic design for an exhibition that followed the artistic career of one of Spain’s leading architects.

With Karin Gimmi (curator), Michael Burckhardt (coordination and exhibition design) and Felix Humm (graphic design), we created the small exhibition ’La costruzione del Centro Svizzero’, an exhibition divided into four chapters and spread over four floors that was later transferred to the Architekturfoyer of the ETH in Zurich.