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01/06/2022 MUTEC

Exhibitors present themselves: Tactile Studio

Feeling, smelling, hearing art and culture - that's what Tactile Studio is for.

Tactile Studio is an inclusive design agency aiming to promote access to arts and culture for everyone. We are based in Berlin, Paris and Montreal. We specialise in designing educational solutions enhanced by sensory experiences – touch, sound, smell… Engagement and intuition are central to our work. Our visual interfaces, displays and educational tools are designed to be as user-friendly as possible.

A globally inclusive design solution…

We lead the field in inclusive design and cultural interpretation. Our solutions take into account the layout of your institution, museum or gallery and your visitors’ expectations. Our design and production teams research every aspect of your project – audience, education, aesthetics, ergonomics and sustainability – to gain a perfect understanding so that we can give you a solution that’s perfectly tailored to your needs. Long-term cooperation with numerous cultural institutions of various sizes (Louvre Paris/Abu Dhabi, Jewish Museum Frankfurt, Historical Museum Frankfurt, Palace of Versailles, Futurium Berlin, etc.) have made us the first address for inclusive exhibitions.

… to benefit the end-user

We take on board your educational goals and we share our knowledge and experience with you to design the most engaging and user-friendly experience possible for your visitors. At this stage of the project, we work with your team to prototype, test and adjust so that we ensure our solutions match your end-users’ expectations.

… and produced in-house

From acceptance of the proof of concept, our dedicated WAM (We Are Makers) production team shapes the project with our state-of-the-art digital equipment: 3-D printing (large-scale), digital machining, laser cutting, relief and 4-colour printing, laser cutting, quadri printing and relief …

More information about us : www.tactilestudio.co

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Photo: Grün Berlin, Frank Sperling
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