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National Science Museum Thailand

07-19-2007 01:09 PM CET | Science & Education

Press release from: Kurt Hüttinger GmbH

Initial set-up of the new Traveling Exhibition for Children

The Science Museum is located in Pathum Thani, north of Bangkok, the capital city of Thailand. It is the first museum that was opened under the management of the National Science Museum organization (NSM), and aims to involve its visitors in the excitement of science, ultimately to increase the public understanding of science and technology. Through the use of interactive exhibits and everyday examples, visitors can see the links between science and technology that are present in nearly every aspect of our lives. By looking at examples close to home, science becomes more familiar and exciting.

The objective of the new traveling exhibition project of the museum is to reach out to audiences that are located in remote areas across the country and deliver hands-on science experiences not just those who visit the National Science Museum. Now, the museum takes this interactive exhibition on the road, spreading the fun of science throughout Thailand to schools, science clubs and organizations. The prime targets are children and young adults. The content of the exhibition is curriculum-based and the themes are: mathematics, mechanics, magnetism, electricity, optics and light and perception.

Hüttinger won the contract to design and build the traveling exhibition consisting of 35 interactive hands-on exhibits. The initial set-up took place in July 2007 at the National Science Museum Thailand.

Hüttinger, established as an engineering firm in 1921, is a one-stop shop for exhibition planning, design and fabrication. We develop environments that promote exploration and understanding through multi-sensory experience. As a multi-disciplinary firm we can provide full-range design, communications and production services to museums, corporations and themed attractions around the globe. Our services include: Feasibility study, master planning, programme development, scientific research, conceptual design, interactive media design, architectural and interior design, design development and specifications, project management and exhibit fabrication.

Our preferred method of working is with a design/build approach. This, together with a large in-house capacity allows us to plan and deliver turnkey solutions within a single project cycle, resulting in time savings, cost savings and, ultimately, a far more satisfactory final exhibition. The essential prototyping is integral with the whole process. All in all, our clients get the best value for their money. Where design/build is not an option, we are happy to work as designers, and to bid separately for the fabrication contract.

Current key clients include:

2001 Glasgow Science Centre, Floor 1
2001 Dubai Children's City
2002 Ruhr Zoo Gelsenkirchen
2002 Science South, South Carolina (current)
2003 Experience World “Gläserne Werft”, Bremen
2003 Phaeno Science Center (on-going), Wolfsburg
2003 Odysseum Cologne (on-going)
2004 Prince Salman Science Oasis, Riyadh
2005 Guangdong Science Center
2006 Technopolis Mechelen
2006 Communications Museum Macau
2006 Artic Centre, Rovaniemi, Finland
2006 Science House, Europa-Park, Rust
2006 Science Museum London (on-going)
2007 National Science Museum Thailand
2007 Palais découverte Paris

Hüttinger Exhibition Engineering
Kurt Hüttinger GmbH
Mittelbügweg 90
D - 90571 Schwaig bei Nürnberg

Tel: +49 / 911 / 99 5 33 - 0
Fax: + 49/ 911 / 99 5 33 - 99
Website: www.huettinger.de
Contact: Axel E. Hüttinger, axel@huettinger.de

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