Pandemic Diseases Museum

Best Project of Public Space by Student

About the project
After passing through the entrance, one is in the triangular lobby of the building: the water basin with its round shape protruding from the ground and the small lights suspended in the space, induce a feeling of peace and tranquility; which seems unstable... After going through the multisensory galleries, one reaches the memorial of death. Up to this point, it was the space that had an effect on the visitor by stimulating the senses. But in the last gallery, it is the audience that affects the space with their moods and feelings. This work has been done to have a greater effect on the audience and make them realize his essential role in controlling the chain of pandemics. The dome-shaped structure is covered with Teflon and with the technology of AI, and sensors, by receiving the voice and facial expression of the audience and converting it into readable data for the system, and then with crumpling, unfolding and moving towards him, demonstrates these feelings.

Saravan, Guilan, Iran

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Applicant and author of the project
Mahar Majlece, M.A. in Architecture (Guilan University of Art and Architecture)

Other participants
Professor: Dr. Mozhgan Khakpour, Dr. Abbas Tarkashvand
Tutor: Mojtaba Mirhosseini