The power of narrative spaces. Conference by Eberhard Schlag (ATELIER BRÜCKNER)
Narrative spaces can communicate complex messages for museums, exhibitions and brand spaces in an intuitive and coherent way. Eberhard Schlag, one of the partners of ATELIER BRÜCKNER Stuttgart gives an insight in the work of one of the leading design ateliers for museums and exhibitions. The work ranges from small artistic projects to large scale museums like the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo.
Eberhard Schlag has been partner of ATELIER BRÜCKNER since 2008, where he is responsible for the development and implementation of a large number of national and international projects for brands and museums. He studied architecture at the University of Stuttgart and in the masters program at the Institute of Technology (IIT) in Chicago. Since 2010 he has been professor of architecture and design at the University of Applied Sciences in Konstanz and has build up an interdisciplinary masters program in cooperation with the departments of computer science and history of the University of Konstanz and music design of the State University of Music in Trossingen. In 2018 he founded ATELIER BRÜCKNER Korea in Seoul.