Technorevolution exhibition by VOL2 DESIGN, Barcelona, Madrid

February 11th, 2013 by retail design blog

Technorevolution is an exhibition that reveals synergies between nanotechnology, biotechnology, information technology and cognitive science and how this is changing the world around us. Simulating the manipulation of atoms in the fight against cancer, shooting an arrow with the power of the mind or a robot making ​​an artistic portrait are some of the possibilities of the exhibition.

The keynote of the exhibition is the tetrahedron that symbolizes the relationship between the different technologies and sciences, forming a network of 3 dimensional lines of light guiding us along the way. The triangular face of the tetrahedron is decomposed into a split surface delimiting the different areas and applications. We have designed a system of 4 types of angled walls and 1 table type that combined together give a heterogeneous appearance and a nonlinear rate.

Vinyl fabrics and high gloss polystyrene plates were used as coating creating a play of reflections. The exhibition is divided into two areas. The first as a bright area corresponding to the history of technology and the second a darker area that highlight the various interactive applications. All elements are demountable for transport and mounting in other science centers.

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One thought on “Technorevolution exhibition by VOL2 DESIGN, Barcelona, Madrid

  1. Steve North says:

    Looks interesting. Loving the neon colours!! Really like the concept between the lines of light. Very clever.

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