Museums often boast interactive experiences that are designed to leave museum-goers incredibly inspired, but the Museum of Me (MOME) in Bangkok, Thailand, takes this concept to a new level.
At MOME, visitors themselves become the center of the exhibition, with stations that are perfectly set up to serve as the backdrop for selfies; the design of the space created by B U G Studio was specifically created to offer "Instagram-friendly attractions and interactive showcases." Inside the pink-hued gallery space, there are walls with frames that are empty, leaving space for visitors to make themselves the focal points of the masterpieces.
The unique installation set up in The Mall Department Store also involves the creation of highly personalized merchandise as one-of-a-kind items for every visitor to take away as a token of their visit.
Image Credit: Wison Tungthunya
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