2015-04-16 Nobel Center begins a partnership with Atelier Brückner
Atelier Brückner, with its founder Uwe R. Brückner at the helm, is regarded as one of the world’s foremost exhibition design firms. Together with the Nobel Museum, the company has begun the task of planning for the exhibitions that will be displayed at the Nobel Center in Stockholm.
“We look forward to working with the Nobel Center. We intend to create an inspiring three-dimensional scenography to stage the life of Alfred Nobel and show how the creativity and courage of the Nobel Laureates can change the world. Visitors should get touched and mesmerised by the exciting stories empowering The Nobel Prize. The design will provide immersive access to the multi-layered exhibition presented at the Nobel Center,” says Uwe R. Brückner.
“Our aim is to create inspiring experiences for people from different parts of the world. We want to awaken ideas, stimulate creativity and generate optimism. We would also like to enable people from all around the world to interact and participate in discussions about crucial, major issues for the future,” says Olov Amelin, Museum Director at the Nobel Museum.
Atelier Brückner will initially make a pre-study concerning concept design for the exhibitions in the Nobel Center. The work will be presented in June.
About Atelier Brückner
Atelier Brückner – based in Stuttgart, Germany – was established in 1997 by architect and stage designer Prof. Uwe R. Brückner and architect Shirin Frangoul-Brückner. It is one of the world’s leading ateliers for exhibition design and scenography. Atelier Brückner provides conception, planning and implementation of architecture, exhibition design and scenography. The focus of the firm lies on projects for museums, trade fairs and expos. Some example of projects are the National Maritime Museum in Amsterdam and the visitor centre of the European Parliament in Brussels.
More information: www.atelier-brueckner.com
About the Nobel Center
The Nobel Center on the Blasieholmen Peninsula will be the home of the Nobel Prize in Stockholm. It will build its public activities around exhibitions, conferences and school programmes about the Nobel Prize’s unique combination of subject areas – natural sciences, literature and peace. Based on the Nobel Prize-winning contributions and inspiring stories of the Laureates, the Nobel Center will be able to examine history as well as our own era and the major issues that are crucial to our world and our future. The Center is expected to be opened in 2019.
More information: www.nobelcenter.se
For further information, please contact:
Rebecka Oxelström, Head of Communications, Nobel Center,
firstname.lastname@example.org, +46 734 12 66 75
Claudia Luxbacher, Head of Communication, ATELIER BRÜCKNER,