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    Global design / Communication project for the Natural History and Science National Museum in Lisbon. (2012)
Natural History and Science National Museum
Communication project for the Natural History and Science National Museum in Lisbon. This project
consisted in the “reinvention” of the museum space, and also in the development of a signage system and graphic communication to promote exhibitions and events. The exterior signage consists of two three-dimensional outdoors in the façade, that are covered with images, suggesting the contents of the museum at distance. In the entrance, there are smaller panels (adapted to the scale of the pedestrian) that give more details about the museum. Inside the building, the main goal was to simplify the space and improve it's perception by the visitors. This was accomplished by demolishing old obstacles, recovering the spaces and reorganizing the artificial illumination, along with the implementation of a new signage system. Painting the ceilings of the circulation corridors was a simple and cost effective way to make them distinctive, along with the correct placement of cheap fluorescent lamps. The museum shop was completely “reinvented”, both physically and graphically. The space above the museum foyer (in the first floor) was also restructured and a new permanent exhibition about the history of the museum's building was made. For the signage, hanging printed drop papers were applied throughout the corridors (white for directional informations, black for the exhibitions' entrances). Also, some wall graphics indicate the entrance of some spaces (like the bathrooms or the interior garden) and other warnings.
Museu Nacional de História Natural e da Ciência, 2012, Lisboa, Portugal
Environmental, Wayfinding and Permanent Exhibition 
Client: Universidade de Lisboa
Partners: Site Specific
Design director: Nuno Gusmão, Pedro Anjos
Designers: Joana Proserpio, Mário Videira, Vanda Mota, Giuseppe Greco