Finding a Design to Explain the Arts of Islam at the Aga Khan Museum

Aga Khan Museum

Toronto, Canada, 2014

Museographer, Scenographer : Studio Adrien Gardère
Multimédia : On-Situ
Signage Programming : Locomotion

The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto is the first museum in North America entirely dedicated to Islamic arts. Its purpose is to promote the multiple artistic forms as well as Muslim society throughout the world.

The design and signage followed the museographic principles, between minimalism and elegance. The museography, designed by the Adrien Gardère Studio, was based on a geographical as well as a chronological visit. The visitor can get immersed in the hidden details of the works thanks to multimedia devices.

The Aga Khan Museum in Toronto is the first museum in North America entirely dedicated to Islamic arts. Its purpose is to promote the multiple artistic forms as well as Muslim society throughout the world.

The design and signage followed the museographic principles, between minimalism and elegance. The museography, designed by the Adrien Gardère Studio, was based on a geographical as well as a chronological visit. The visitor can get immersed in the hidden details of the works thanks to multimedia devices.