Museums and Spaces of Experiences
Why did life
The Planeta Água Museum was designed to make you think: water is the center of the discussion and the public ends the experience more aware of their actions. In this case, the challenge was to build from scratch an interactive space dedicated to the knowledge and preservation of water. Together with science, the creative and sensory museography provided by different immersive supports results in an active visitation for those who immerse themselves in this experience.
After 10 years of planning, research and a lot of dedication from more than 200 collaborators involved in the project, the museum opened its doors to the population!
The museum is an initiative of Straub Design, sponsored by Sanepar, CTG Brasil and Compagas and was installed in the building of the first water treatment plant in the city of Curitiba, Paraná.
Conceived jointly with the Expography Architect Aurelio Sant'Anna and the journalist and writer Maria Celeste Correa, the Planeta Água Museum promotes the concept of water as a “Source of Life”. The challenge was to create an interactive space that would allow the public to engage and connect with water in a creative and emotional way, hoping that the public would be more aware of the importance of water and the need to preserve it to ensure its availability for the next generations.
Water is the center of the discussion and the public goes through an experience that adds knowledge, multiple experiences and a more conscious attitude towards their actions.
The combination of science with a creative and sensorial museography, through different immersive supports, provides an active and transforming visit for those who participate in this experience.
The challenge was to build from scratch an interactive space dedicated to knowledge and preservation of water. With a multidisciplinary team that exudes enchantment, united with science, the creative and sensory museography provided by different immersive supports, the result is an immersive environment where visitors immerse themselves in this experience.