Focus on visitors
Each person visits and enjoys the Museum in their own way. We want to respect this diversity of experience and understand our visitors as individuals with various interests, needs and aptitudes. Visitors bring a wealth of experience and knowledge with them, and their perspective is just as important as our own.
Contact, dialog, encounters
We see the Museum as a place of encounters: with ourselves, with the world around us, and with the artefacts. We want to help visitors enjoy new ways of experiencing the artefacts, to ask questions, to form opinions and to compare various points of view and experiences. Dialog is an integral part of the learning and experience process in the Museum.
A leisurely experience
In these times of ever greater and standardized sensory input and performance demands, we want to slow down the tempo and have the courage to appreciate silence, inspiration and emotion. We want to create a place where we can think about and develop ideas through experience, the body and the senses, a flexible place where the quality of what we experience is more important than the quantity of information conveyed.