Ringvorlesung Architectural Research 2019: Johann Moser


Johann Moser
Designing Attention – How Content Becomes Form in Exhibition Design and Museums
TU Graz / BWM Architekten, Wien

Johann Moser is the mastermind behind the cultural projects of BWM Architekten, Vienna. Together with Daniela Walten and Erich Bernard, he is also one of the founders of BWM Architekten. Trained as an artist, his work focuses on the development and conception of exhibition designs – for example for the Literature Museum of the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, for the display collection of the Salzburg Museum or for the Lower Austrian annual exhibitions in 2015. He was also in charge of the design of the Austrian Pavilion for the Expo 2017 in Astana/Kazakhstan, in the context of which he realized an interactive installation, for which he received the Red Dot Award for “Communication Design” in 2018. Most recently, he has developed a museum’s quarter for the city of Ostrava and designed the „House of Austrian History“ in Vienna´s Hofburg. His projects also include: Museum of Literature at the Österreichische Nationalbibliothek, permanent exhibition Salzburg Museum, permanent exhibition Volkskundemuseum Graz, archaeological museum in Schloss Eggenberg – Universalmuseum Joanneum Graz.


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