JACKIE-B PÅ ARKEN

JACKIE-B PÅ ARKEN

Den danske designer Jackie-B med speciele i rum og indretning har skabt et nyt kontor på kunstmuseet Arken i Ishøj syd for København.

Museet ligger i første række til vandet og Arkens arkitektur består af skarpe linjer og en primær akse, som skærer igennem museet og hvorfra adgangen til udstillingsrummene findes. Kontorene som beskæftiger sig med kommunikation, undervisning og IT ligger som nabo hertil og det er disse kontorer, som Jackie-B har formet med en stringent hånd.

Arken havde brug for at disse forskellige afdelinger skulle ligge i samme rum, dog med en opdeling af deres forskellige funktioner. Opgaven blev løst ved at opdele rummet i tre zoner ved hjælp af store u-formede skærme hængende fra loftet. Ved hjælp af skærmene opdeles rummet mentalt i tre afdelinger, og har samtidig en smuk visuel, og ikke mindst lyddæmpende funktion. Bordene er sat i et stramt mønster tæt op ad hinanden, og giver mulighed for intens samtale i de forskellige grupper.

Det generelle layout af rummet er domineret af sort, hvid og rød, hvilket giver et roligt og afbalanceret rum i fin afstemning med det øvrige kunst på Arken.

Rum: 60 m2

Antal ansatte: 14

Klient: Arken, museum for moderne kunst

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Om Christoffer Steenbeck

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JACKIE-B PÅ ARKEN - in english

Arken Museum of Modern Art Ishøj, Denmark. Just south of Copenhagen is where the museum Arken is found. The museum is close to the sea on an artificial tongue of land. The architecture is raw lines that allows strong axis to cut through the museum, which leads to the biggest exhibition room in Denmark. Behind this front stage of art is where the Communication, education and IT department is located. Arken contacted Jackie-B to conceive an office that could locate these three offices into one, without breaking up the dialogue the three offices have in between. Working so many people close to each other and further having the museum guides coming into the educating department. This creates a lot of disturbing both with noise and visually by filling up the room. Jackie-B took the open office and divided it into three offices in one on a mental scale. The advantage of the room allowed Jackie-B to stretch the office borders up above the tables and letting divided space explain the office structure. Three giant U sized screens hang from the ceiling and mentally divide the different departments. The tables are put in a strict grid so the dialogue over the tables, not are restricted by the separation of the departments. When the staff sits by the table the screens hanging from the ceiling marks a separation of the department. Visually people work together - mentally they work apart.The giant screens also works as sound barriers and reminders that they are three offices in one and therefore helps to reduce loud disturbing speak. The general office layout is dominated by the colors black, white and red that keep a simple and calm atmosphere to balance the art in the museum. Facts: 60m2 Number of staff: 14 working places Client: Arken – museum of modern arts Company info: Jackie-B: Interior architect and furniture designer. Jackie-B specializes in creative workspaces and interior design where design is given the right to create experiences and bring the companies practical realities into form. www.jackie-b.com