Jury member of Latvian Design Award 2018 — Timothy W. Ventimiglia
Timothy W. Ventimiglia — founder and director of RAA Berlin — the world’s leading practice specializing in museum planning and exhibition design, exhibition design and museum planning expert.
Since joining RAA, over 20 years ago, Timothy W. Ventimiglia has been responsible for a wide variety of projects. He is familiar with all aspects of museum planning and exhibition design — interpretive master–planning, program development, and architectural, interior, and exhibit design. His work has received a number of awards, including a 2015 iF Design Award, a 2015 Art Directors Club Gold award, a 2014 IDCA Gold award for Best scenography for a temporary Exhibition, and the prestigious 2014 Red Dot award in Spatial Communication.
As branch Director of RAA Berlin, Germany, Timothy W. Ventimiglia is currently leading the development of one of Europe’s most prestigious museum projects: the 20.000 square meter exhibition of non-European cultures for Berlin’s new Humboldt Forum. He is also the project director for the Jozef Pilsudski Museum in Sulejowek, Poland.
"Great designs are fostered by dialog. Designs fully realized stimulate further discourse. Thus design is fundamentally a social initiative."