In the Round Tower's historic attic architectural Danish treasures from the postwar period was exhibited. The buildings exhibited were to shape the urban spaces in the Danish welfare state.
Sahls has created a discreet and classic exhibition design that supports the architectural style shown in the exhibited buildings. The long exhibition room in the Round Tower was seperated by dark green walls and as a contrast selected elements lit up in a bright yellow color - most evident was the intro text. The exhibition was complemented by a catalogue with 12 postcards.
After the Round Tower, the exhibition was shown in Zagreb and Beijing.
Client: Danish National Art Library / Danmarks Kunstbibliotek
Project: Exhibition of Danish modern architecture 1945-75
Work: Visual identity, exhibition design, print design