The Dutch Silver Museum by Tinker lets its silver trinkets come to life with the help of these floating arm sculptures. Erik Bär and Joost Luk of Tinker Imagineers redesigned the exhibition space that is home to countless silver objects. The pieces are a collector's dream and range from tableware to jewelry pieces.
Displeased with the museums existing shelving that "lacked meaning or context" to them, the designers created these floating arm sculptures that add a whimsical touch to its silver product displays.
From its 14 meter table to its still life paintings and dimly lit mannequin libs, the Dutch Silver Museum by Tinker boasts a sensory and experiential design. Its displays come alive and showcase the intricate detail and beauty of their silver objects.
The Dutch Silver Museum by Tinker Features Floating Arm Sculptures
Jana Pijak — September 18, 2014 — Art & Design