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Lân fan taal, Leeuwarden 2018

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Client: Province of Fryslan

Project: Interior design of the visitor centre Obe, Leeuwarden

Lân fan taal is a free-state for all languages. In the framework of Leeuwarden European Capital of Culture 2018, Lân fan taal offers a podium for all kind of languages, including Frisian, but also slang, Braille, sign and body language, as well as dance, music and poetry. The visitor centre Obe is the portal to Lân fan taal.

The Wall of Languages with his revolving cubes visualizes the inconceivable amount of nearly 7000 living, recognized languages worldwide. Pinpointing your own language on these big walls is a way of defining your position in this world and realizing that your linguistic background is one of thousands of cultures to interact with.


Interior design by Archetypisch. Graphic design by Studio Louter.

Architecture by Powerhouse Company. Neons by Tim Etchells.

Lân fan taal public

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Client: Province of Fryslan

Project: Design of the visual identy of Lân fan taal in public space

Lân fan taal is a free-state for all languages: here all languages are equal and language is infinite. Our world is becoming increasingly multilingual and more diverse. That is why Lân fan taal is inviting you to broaden your vision. Discover the importance and meaning of multilingualism through spatial installations and activities at Prinsentuin and Oldehoofsterkerkhof in Leeuwarden.

Concept: Archetypisch & Studio Louter. Spatial design: Archetypisch. Graphic and interactive design: Studio Louter.