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Custom-made label holders for the Museo de Arte de Ponce in Puerto Rico. Exhibition signs for the The Nobel Peace Center in Norway. Comprehensive visual identity guidelines for the new American Wing of The Metropolitan Museum of Art: creation of an integral, consistent system for all exhibition elements of the galleries such as wall panels, captions, floor plans and pictograms. Interactive panels for the New York Historical Society and many more design projects.

Cultural Institutions

Nobel Peace Center

Stencil signage system, including family of pictograms, created for the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo.

Metropolitan Museum of Art

Design consultancy for The Metropolitan Museum of Art’s American Wing, New York, developed in collaboration with Small Design Firm and Timon Botez. We included an information system containing cultural and historic context about the gallery and divided the data in two categories: research and recommendations.

New-York Historical Society

A substantial portion of the New-York Historical Society’s fourth floor has reopened as the Center for Women’s History, a cutting-edge museum and scholarship hub. This landmark initiative is the country’s first permanent, public exhibition and educational center dedicated to women’s history. It highlights the significance of women’s history to the study of the American past and demonstrate how women across the spectrum of race, class, and culture exercised power and brought about change even before they could access the ballot box. Guided by a committee of distinguished historians and informed by the latest research, the Center combines permanent installations, temporary exhibitions, and a vibrant program of talks and debates to enrich the cultural landscape of New York City. The large-format, permanent multimedia installation Women’s Voices presents a diverse array of stories, exploring how women’s words and actions have driven social change from America’s earliest days to the present.

The interactive display gives voice to famous and forgotten women, and the movements and networks to which they belonged, alongside video commentary from leading historians and thinkers in women’s studies. Visitors to the Center have the opportunity to discover new role models, pursue unexpected links between historical figures across time, and contribute their own stories to an ever-expanding network of knowledge.

Marko Remec

Inspired in the power line-posts and security mirrors so familiar and present in New York city's urban landscape, the contemporary totems of New York artist Marko Remec invite the public to reflect on the qualities of urban and suburban conditions of our time: surveillance and paranoia, narcissism and indifference.

The Irish College

Graphics for interactive installation of historical displays at the Louvain Institute for Ireland in Europe. The aim of the project was to allow visitors to learn about the history of the place by travelling in time.

Gustave Doré

The history of Jesus' passion and death has been an inspiration to a large number of artists throughout the centuries. According to the curator Pablo Pérez d'Ors, French artist Gustave Doré stands out among them for the intense darkness he portrays, representing the scenes of one of the greatest stories ever told. The exhibition invites the public to discover and understand how Doré created totally original images drawn from the Gospel.

NYHS' Federal Wall

The Federal Wall engages visitors in the relationships between objects, events, ideas and people. The wall uses art, historic documentation, period ephemera, and the words and deeds of historic figures in conjunction with digital displays and augmented reality to tell the story of the United States' founding period.

Audubon House

The Audubon House is a non-profit museum and gallery dedicated to the history of Key West and works of ornithologist John James Audubon. Design of a series of exhibition panels that provide information about the content of the period rooms.

Paradise & Words

The Paradise & Words exhibition is a historical-artistic exploration of Puerto Rican art, from 18th century to the present, through a unique selection of over 250 pieces from the Museum's different collections.