Last month, we attended a one-of-a-kind event at the NBC Tent. Kenji Williams, an award-winning director and classically trained violinist, with Ballet Philippines, wowed the 1500 plus audience with sights and sounds of Bella Gaia. Bella Gaia is an audio-visual trip showing the “beauty of the Earth as seen through the eyes of astronauts.”
The event was organized as a preview of The Mind Museum to the public.
The Mind Museum, “the first world-class science museum in the Philippines”, is set to open at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig. The building is designed by a team of architects from Lor Calma & Partners, led by Ed Calma.
The audience at the NBC Tent, composed of designers, scientists, students, educators, sponsors and the press were shown 3D renderings of the different galleries that will be housed in the two-level structure.
Some of the main galleries are:
The Universe Gallery
The Earth Gallery
The Atom Gallery
The Life Gallery
Learn more about The Mind Museum here. The Design Folder team will be first in line when it opens in 2011.
*Photos and renderings courtesy of The Mind Museum
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