/exhibition architecture/graphic design Tomáš Hnida/public space, Praha/2014
The installation of street exhibition 130 Years of Prague 7 is inspired by local pavilion with Marolds´diorama of a battle near Lipany, and by recycling of earlier design of West Bohemian Gallery in Pilsen. Despite decreased scale it creates an autonomous exhibition space with upper diffuse lighting. Due to inner orientation of exhibition it is achieved its detachment from visual smog of public space. The form of object in between low-tech futurism and Tokyo Lucky Hole attract passer-byes to peep.