Experience Design | Educational Design | Spatial Design
--Designing for an Urban culture Museum - The Department of Education
How might we mobilize groups of strangers through the different spaces of the museum, while creating an engaging learning experience of Tel-Aviv city early recognition, peoples, and places?
Defining the key moments of the city recognition was the starting point. Based on my time spent in the museum, I was able to create different persona’s for the audience and tailor the activities based on theire needs and desiers. The outcome of this process and concept was translated into five “stations” throughout the museum. In each site, the children were engaged through games and props in various learning activities based on a specific moment in the history of the city, chosen for that space. After each one of the activity, the children were given a few pieces of a puzzle, answering the final question of the experience: what is the most common architectural style in the city.
Beit Ha’air (the house of the city), is an urban museum in the center of Tel-Aviv, which is located in the city’s first town hall building and is recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.