07/11/2019

Creating a grass for the National Museum of the building

he LAB at Rockwell Group has partnered with The National Building Museum to present the 2019 Summer Block Party installation LAWN. Designed to be an immersive installation taking up the entirety of the Museum’s Great Hall, the project presents a series of interactive experiences for all ages.The lawn itself is programmed with summer entertainment and activities, including movie nights, yoga, and meditation. By creating custom software, the LAB also developed an It allows guests to come up with exciting summer activities while communicating with museum design. It has a large green space that is built on an upper building. Visitors are greeted with a wide range of green spaces, adjoining a beautiful slope with beautiful clusters. The center of these logistical areas is an interactive hammock that has grown from its 100-walled grid. Hamaah contains covert speakers of pre-recorded audio programs from prominent American storylists who share summer memories. At the top of the lawn, the towers of the terrace reach the height of the third floor of the museum, exhibitions without the previous view of the big hall,column pillars and hermetic buses that cover the cover.Augmented Reality game alongside the installation

Creating a grass for the National Museum of the building
Creating a grass for the National Museum of the building
Creating a grass for the National Museum of the building

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