A PROFESSIONAL AND EASY-TO-USE DIGITAL TOOL FOR ARTISTS, COLLECTORS, GALLERISTS AND CURATORS. DESIGN, TOUR AND SHARE YOUR OWN VIRTUAL EXHIBITION.

A PROFESSIONAL AND EASY-TO-USE DIGITAL TOOL FOR ARTISTS, COLLECTORS, GALLERISTS AND CURATORS. DESIGN, TOUR AND SHARE YOUR OWN VIRTUAL EXHIBITION.

WHAT IS IKONOSPACE?


Ikonospace is a simple, yet powerful tool for
creating and visiting exhibitions in 3D.
Its aim is to be a platform for professionals and hobbyists alike,
where works can be shared publicly or among teams.

Now, preparing your booth for the next fair
or inviting guests to your virtual museum
can be done using the same application.

FOR MAC AND PC


NO PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE
IN 3D ARCHITECTURAL SOFTWARE
REQUIRED


Ikonospace is a tool for hanging your exhibition,
erecting interior walls, or designing your booth for the next art fair
that directly implements your architect’s floor plans and designs.

IMPORT YOUR OWN
LIBRARY OF IMAGES


IkonoSpace automatically transforms your images
into 3D paintings—and in the correct dimensions.

Once imported, your library is saved and organized,
allowing you to spend more time designing and reiterating.

REVIEW AND SHARE


At any point during the design process, the user can
walk through the exhibition and see it as it would appear in real life

Soon, you’ll be able to share your exhibition as a 3D virtual tour,
send high-quality stills, and print 2D plans with
precise measurements for hanging.

BE PART OF THE DEVELOPMENT OF IKONOSPACE:

Join us and test our software.
Play around with it and tell us your thoughts to
help make it into the tool you need.

THIS IS SOME OF WHAT YOU CAN DO:

Artists: instead of sending out a portfolio,
share your art in a way that enables the potential gallery or collector
to experience the scale of the work in an exhibition space.

Curators: set up your exhibition in minutes and
use this important addition to the bird’s-eye view ordinarily
provided by a model or drawing
to see what works best for your presentation—
and then share it with the people handling the show.

Galleries: prepare your booth for the next art fair, get a feel of how well it works,
and then share it with the fair’s organizers.

Museums: curate and share important parts of your collection
not currently on view.

Art historians: rebuild historical exhibitions of the past and share them with the
general public or with other historians as a new form of art discourse.

Collectors: share your collection and your special passion for a particular artist,
seen through the eyes of an art lover.

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