n°44 — Manuel Raeder. Author: Kiki Mazzucchelli


Studio Manuel Raeder is an interdisciplinary design studio based in Berlin since 2003. Its activities include a wide range of formats, exploring the boundaries between exhibitions, ephemera, books, type design, editing and publishing to furniture design, as well as display. Studio Manuel Raeder is concerned with the construction of narratives, both in the form of books, exhibition and communication design. Books can be used as carriers of information, or experimental devices to document or conceive narratives. In a similar manner, exhibition design can trigger different sensorial experiences, thus leading the visitor through a spatial narrative. The studio is interested in the meaning of books within space, the archive and also the future of libraries. This issue of Revue Faire focuses on how Studio Manuel Reader’s work unfolds from the book page to spatial experience. Selected projects will be shown alongside historical works dealing with ideas of exhibition display and architecture by architects and designers such as Lina Bo Bardi, Rogério Duarte, and Carlo Scarpa, whose ground-breaking approach to spatial experience have informed Studio Manuel Reader’s practice.
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