The Karst Man – exhibition design
THE KARST MAN
Jože Plečnik Exhibition
at Műcsarnok/Kunsthalle Budapest
12 August – 27 September 2015


Type and exhibition design
The exhibition „The Karst Man” aimed to display the works of Jože Plečnik, the eminent Slovenian architect. Plečnik was the main figure of the Art Nouveau movement of Central European architecture; his greatest achievement was creating a completely new achitectural appearance to Ljubljana (1925–37). Originally, Font Plecnik was made for the exhibition as the letter of the identity. The font was constructed out of a letter-form which was designed by Plečnik himself and which appears on the plans for the Ljubljana Castle in 1947. It seemed rewarding to make up a complete alphabet from the few finished letters, since this Slab Seriff type became a very popular in the actual lettering trends.
Curator: András Hadik
Co-curator, project manager: József Készman
Assistant curator: Júlia Szerdahelyi
Art direction: József Készman & Tímea Andorka
Graphic and type design: Tímea Andorka
Printing: Platinum GL 
Photos: Damjan Prelovšek (buildings), Tímea Andorka (interior)
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The Karst Man – exhibition design

exhibition design for Műcsarnok / Kunsthalle Budapest, Hungary
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