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ZEPPELIN

Who's who / 24 Apr 2017 / RDW team
  • ZEPPELIN2017// The National Museum of Romanian Literature
  • ZEPPELIN2017// The National Museum of Romanian Literature
  • ZEPPELIN2017// The National Museum of Romanian Literature
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  • ZEPPELIN2017// The National Museum of Romanian Literature
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HISTORY
Zeppelin Association, founded in 2008 in Bucharest by architects Cosmina Goagea, Constantin Goagea and Stefan Ghenciulescu, is an NGO that acts as cultural operator in the South-Eastern Europe and at international level. Zeppelin edits a monthly magazine, organizes conferences, workshops, exhibitions, debates, competitions, carries out publishing projects, research and critical reflection in architecture and creative industries, and is involved in urban interventions and strategies of coherent city development. 

SPECIFIC

The group’s actions focus on the creative commitment of communities to get a sense of responsible civic attitude as a lively factor of urbanity. The studio activates in various city-thinking projects consolidating multiple capacities of research, of cultural management and also of architectural production.

ROMANIAN DESIGN WEEK APPEARENCES

2017//Permanent Exhibition - The National Museum of Romanian Literature 
The project proposed by the Zeppelin team was based on the idea of a thematic structure for the whole museum content, and the adaptation of those themes to the specific typology of spaces. In brief, the museum is settled upon literary genres: the ground floor is dedicated to the poetry, the first floor to the prose and literary criticism, and the attic is dedicated to the theatre. The main idea was that the proposed themes are facilitating connexions and literary references in the visitors mind, thus explaining certain creative mechanisms from the art of writing.
 

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