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Britain is steeped in history—it’s the ultimate museum without walls and a record of over one thousand years of influential architecture and design. Starting in the Northern English city of York,......

Britain is steeped in history—it’s the ultimate museum without walls and a record of over one thousand years of influential architecture and design. Starting in the Northern English city of York, this program will travel to Edinburgh in Scotland, and cumulate in the capitol city of London. These three very different cities are equidistant from each other and represent a cultural and historical “design slice” through the heart of the British Isles. The program will follow two main tracks: (1) the design of products and multi-sensory experiences for cultural, commercial and public spaces, called “narrative design,” and (2) the history and evolution of modern British design expression, from the iconic Mini Cooper and the mini skirt, to the graphic identity for the London Underground.
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  • Chronology of the Modern Exhibition Experience The “exhibition” as we know it is nothing new. For hundreds of years collectors, patrons, artists and entrepreneurs have been employing techniques to engage and entertain audiences. I’ve set out to document the modern day exhibition experience. Throughout its chronology, the use of wonder, spectacle and awe are re-occurring themes. We can trace the evolution of the exhibition through early mystical experiences in the 17 th century and the origins of the modern museum to the current day advances in digital surfaces and media manipulation. My chronology of exhibition experiences includes: Mystical Systematic Contextual Didactic Blockbuster Immersive Multimedia
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  • 1. Design In Britain Inside and Outside the Museum WallsDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 2. Fashion and Textile Design: Queen Elizabeth I to Vivienne WestwoodDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 3. Architecture: Isambard Kingdom Brunel to Zaha HadidDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 4. Product and Industrial Design: William Morris to Jonathan IveDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 5. Graphic Design: Eric Gill to Neville BrodyDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 6. British Design History1700 1800 1900 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Arts and Crafts Festival of Britain Swinging Sixties Punk Industrial Great Exhibition Is British Revolution Movement Design Dead? NARRATIVE ENVIRONMENTS PROFESSOR: TIM MCNEIL DES 187-SA12 NE9
  • 7. Chronology of the Modern Exhibition Experience1700 1800 1900 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 Mystical Systematic Contextual Didactic Blockbuster Immersive Multimedia NARRATIVE ENVIRONMENTS PROFESSOR: TIM MCNEIL DES 187-SA12 NE9
  • 8. Narrative Environments Commercial Entertainment Cultural Public/Civic • Retail • Theme Parks • Museums • Parks • Tradeshow • Events • Visitor Centers • Streets • Branding • Sports venues • Historical Sites • Libraries • Corporate lobbies • Theaters • Zoos • Churches • Expositions • Aquariums • Restaurants • GovernmentDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2012 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2012
  • 9. Interpretive Methods in the Exhibition EnvironmentContemplation Sensory Discovery InteractionInterpretation using predominantly Interpretation using physical Interpretation using hands- Interpretation usinggraphic elements: or sensory elements: on participatory elements: reciprocal participatory elements:Text, images, illustrations, Color, form, sound, smell, Actions, motion, revealing light, film, texture Activities, games,diagrams, pictograms, maps discussion, role playing NARRATIVE ENVIRONMENTS PROFESSOR: TIM MCNEIL DES 187-SA12 NE9
  • 10. Travel ItineraryDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 11. SCOTLAND N. I R E L A N D ENGLAND WALESUnited Kingdom, Britain or England?DESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 12. Manchester • • LondonDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 13. • York Manchester • • LondonDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 14. • YorkDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 15. • Newcastle • Whitby Liverpool • • York Leeds •DESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 16. SCOTLAND • Edinburgh • YorkDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 17. SCOTLAND • Edinburgh Glasgow •DESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 18. SCOTLAND • EdinburghDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 19. SCOTLAND • Edinburgh • LondonDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 20. • YorkDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 21. YorkShambles and MinsterDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 22. YorkBetty’s Tea Room, Ghost TourDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 23. LeedsCity Hall, National Armories MuseumDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 24. NewcastleBaltic Art Gallery, Angel of the NorthDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 25. Weekend Trips from YorkLiverpool, Castle Howard, WhitbyDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 26. • EdinburghDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 27. EdinburghEdinburgh Castle, National Museum of ScotlandDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 28. GlasgowSchool of Art and Design, Kelvingrove HouseDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 29. • LondonDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 30. LondonMany sights and places to visitDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 31. Design MuseumLondon Victoria & Albert MuseumDesign MuseumsDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 32. Course ProjectsDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 33. Project 1: Narrative EnvironmentsDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 34. Project 2: PlacemakingDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 35. Project 3: Exhibition DesignDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
  • 36. Project 4: Narrative ExperiencesDESIGN IN BRITAIN – SUMMER ABROAD 2013 TIM MCNEIL UCD JAN 2013
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