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Tanja Zoellner is an Associate Partner at Atelier Brueckner, a global leader in museum and brand exhibition design. Tanja specialises in design and planning for immersive and interactive exhibitions. Her recent projects include the Swiss National Museum in Zurich, the Past Time Galleries of the Museum of London in the United Kingdom, and the Tutankhamun Gallery for the Grand Egyptian Museum in Cairo - the world’s largest archaeology museum.
Objects and their narratives sit at the centre of Tanja’s projects. With the diverse and interdisciplinary team at Atelier Brueckner, she has established a process of translating stories from historic collections into impressive, spatial experiences which balance exhibition display with architecture, graphic design, environmental lighting, and interactive media. Her prioritisation of content as the driver for design decisions creates a meaningful foundation for learning, interaction, and inspiring experiences for audiences around the world.
Tanja joined Atelier Brueckner in 2008, after studying at the Savannah College of Art & Design with a Fulbright Scholarship and receiving a Diploma design degree from the University of Applied Sciences in Dortmund, Germany.