Open to all! The Museum für Gestaltung Zürich offers a variety of activities that people with and without disabilities can take part in together.
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Tour of the exhibition
Take part in one of the regular public tours with sign language translation and learn more about the theme and the objects of the respective exhibition.
Let us take you on a sign language tour of an exhibition of your choice or guide you through the impressive collection archive in Toni-Areal.
What you always wanted to know about design: Is Le Corbusier's famous Grand Confort chair really that comfortable. What makes Max Bill's stool multi-functional? Just how flexible is the Baltensweiler lamp? Try them out!
Interactive tour of the Swiss Design Lounge for sighted, blind and visually impaired people.
With Nicola von Albrecht, education program curator or Domenika Chandra, education program staffmember
Exploit the opportunity to experiment with different kinds of materials and techniques and to design yourself. You can book the following workshops individually:
König Hirsch: Wache, Marionette, 1918
Through the Eyes of the Guard
Sophie Taeuber-Arp's famous marionette tells about its eventful past and present gems from the collections to you with wit and feeling.
Workshop on the exhibition Collection Highlights for people with and without cognitive impairments
With Marilena Ott, culture educationalist