Muf's Wonderlab is an Installation in London's Science Museum

By: Joey Haar - Oct 12, 2016
References: muf & dezeen
UK-based architecture team Muf has created an installation called Wonderlab at London's Science Museum that is true to the inquisitive ethos that the sciences are founded upon. The gallery features several interactive modules that encourage museum attendees to experience the science that they are learning about firsthand.

Wonderlab is filled with a variety of models and exhibitions, each of which are interactive in one way or another. Some of the pieces are more playful, such as a series of two storey slides made from different materials that illustrate the effects of friction. Others are more traditionally educational, though still interactive. One example of this is a large model of the solar system.

The Wonderlab installation is divided into zones for different areas of study. These zones include Materials, Light, Sound, Forces, Maths, Electricity, and Magnetism.