The exhibition in Sanssouci Park’s New Palace invites the visitors to explore the approximately 6000 m2 of exhibition space and learn about the life and times of Frederick the Great. They are free to stroll along a mulberry coloured path, which has been installed on top of the palace’s historic floors. This path protects the floors against wear and tear and simultaneously provides space for the supply and utility lines necessary for the presentation of the more than 600 exhibits.
The New Palace was the last palace built by Frederick the Great. Having significantly contributed to the palace’s appearance himself, the building is thus an expression of his taste and character. In view of this, the design for each of the exhibition’s nine narrative chapters makes different kinds of comments on the surrounding architecture.
Portfolio / Range of Services: Service phases 1-9, exhibition design and implementation, approval planning, implementation planning, preparation and participation in the commissioning process, planning of the exhibits’ presentation, production, signage, project management and consulting project development, graphic design of the exhibition and the accompanying booklet