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Wednesday, August 27, 2008

What he said

My early career aspiration was to be a museum exhibition designer, but life took me down another path (as it often does). So when the pre-Colombian collection of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art made its debut after a 3-year absence with an artist-designed installation, I made the Scooby sound. The museum commissioned Cuban interiors impresario Jorge Pardo to create the revamped installation of its Mesoamerican collection. Known for his color-saturated club interiors, Pardo selected a runway-worthy color palette and carved display cases out of stacked sheets of fiberboard for a decidedly un-museum-like setting. Luscious.


More info here. Museum website here.

1 comments:

erin@designcrisis said...

That must be where your predilection for tinkering with store displays came from. Or perhaps it's the other way around?