Apple Lisa Exhibition: A Product Design Story

Seoul Design Foundation
Exhibition Design, Installation, Graphic Design
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Apple Lisa Exhibition was held at Dongdaemun Design Plaza in commemoration of donation of Apple Collection by Bill Dresselhaus, who was design manager of Apple Computer.
↳ Research
The Apple Lisa, released in 1983, was a groundbreaking computer as it was the first commercial computer to feature a mouse and a graphical user interface (GUI) before the Macintosh.
↳ Design
The exhibition titled "Apple Lisa Exhibition: A Product Design Story" was held at Dongdaemun Design Plaza to celebrate the donation of Bill Dresselhaus's Apple collection. Dresselhaus was a designer for Apple Computers.
↳ Development
To commemorate the first commercial mouse and GUI, the exhibition featured an object design consisting of 300 mice, originally released at the time, recreated through 3D printing. These mice were arranged in a way that their shadows projected the image of a mouse cursor. Additionally, the exhibition showcased the modular nature of the Apple Lisa through precisely replicated 3D models and exploded views, demonstrating the computer's innovative design and assembly.
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