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When asked to design a concept for the mobile experience for visitors to the worlds most famous museum, The Louvre, it’s was impossible to say no… Read More
When asked to design a concept for the mobile experience for visitors to the worlds most famous museum, The Louvre, it’s was impossible to say no. The Louvre wants visitors to the museum to not only use this app for information about the works of arts, but also wanted to enrich the experience by finding ways to give context to some of the worlds iconic art work. The design of the app references the famous glass pyramid within The Louvre. This amazing metal and glass structure is used as inspiration throughout the app, down to the unique 51 degree angle of its sides, which is a homage the Giza pyramids which share the same angle. The unique rich sand stone colour of the walls, along with black steel through out the museum are used to make up the majority of the colour scheme. Read Less
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When asked to design a concept for the mobile experience for visitors to the worlds most famous museum, The Louvre, it’s was impossible to say no.

The Louvre wants visitors to the museum to not only use this app for information about the works of arts, but also wanted to enrich the experience by finding ways to give context to some of the worlds iconic art work.

The design of the app references the famous glass pyramid within The Louvre. This amazing metal and glass structure is used as inspiration throughout the app, down to the unique 51 degree angle of its sides, which is a homage the Giza pyramids which share the same angle. The unique rich sand stone colour of the walls, along with black steel through out the museum are used to make up the majority of the colour scheme.