THE MESSAGE OF THE HERDSMEN, HORTOBÁGY NATIONAL PARK
 

The former cart shed of the Hortobágy Great Inn was transformed into an exhibition space in 1965. The exhibition titled The Message of the Herdsmen aims to bring the lifestyle of the local shepherds, the timeless coexistence of the land and people closer to the visitor. As interior and exhibition designers, our objective was to bring harmony between the modern exhibition technology and the traditional theme, the shepherd lifestyle, also utilizing the features of the preserved heritage building. The exhibition design draws inspiration from the atmosphere and colours of the natural environment, its island system allows a free walkthrough

 

description: Hortobágy National Park - “The Message of the Herdsmen” exhibition interior design execution plans
location: Hortobágy National Park - Herdsman Museum
client: Hortobágy National Park Directorate
date of implementation: 2019-2020

architect: Narmer Kft.
lead interior architect: Piroska Varga DLA
interior architect: Dorottya Répay, Bianka Gizella Somkutas

acoustics: Beáta Réka Mesterházy
GRAphic design: Rezső Hódi
digital content, digital design: Xorxor - Gáspár Hajdu
curator, script writer: Csilla Kőfalvi, Bíró Mariann Dr. Molnárné dr., Piroska Nagy, Rita Richweisz
interpretative text: Piroska Nagy (Toborc Bt.)
experts: János Dani Dr. - archaeology, Dosó Oktató és Tanácsadó Bt. -biology models, Mária Márta Koticsné Magyari - folklore, ethnography, Lajos Kozák - sustainable development, Lilla Lenke Tóth - folk music, cowbells
museum pedagogy: Open History, Rita Richweisz ​​​​​​
graphic identity, infographics, information system: Rezső Hódi
exhibition installation: Zsófia Magdolna Nagy (Caster Bronz Kft.)
collections care and conservation, restoration plan: Ilona Csilla Tóth
screenwriting: Sándor Karácsony
visualization and graphic post-production: Borbála Papp, Viktória Pálfy (Grafit Műterem Kft.)
photo: Grafit Műterem Kft.

 

tender name: 

“Hortobágy - Világörökségünk a Puszta” tárgyú projekt {GINOP-7.1.9-17-2018-00024}