The spatial-organizational model of the exposition is an ecosystem of continuously interconnected thematic zones. Each zone deeply reveals such topics as the fertility of the earth, the role of chemical elements in the human body and the nature, the geology of the earth's structure, the interrelationship of living and inanimate nature.
The main premise of the scenography of the exposition was to broadcast on one side our planet's diversity in its components of the ecological system, on the other hand to present their inseparable relationship.
The design of the exposition elements has also been developed as an interconnected spatial field. Each zone is interconnected with a subsequent series of smoothly continuous elements intuitively directing the visitor to the next thematic zone. Exposition and architectural elements work as a landscape, which activate the museum space from floor to ceiling.
The function of the exposition is not only familiarization, but also active learning. There is a laboratory area where visitors under the guidance of specialists can produce chemical and virtual experiments. Multisensory interactive components of the exposition guiding visitors to explore complex chemical and physical processes on the intuitive and brightly accessible way.
Completed project. Opened 2017
Project made in collaboration with a MadiaVision, St. Petersburg