We performed space-planning studies and provided recommendations to facilitate visitors' experiences and achieve curatorial goals for several of the world's premier cultural institutions such as:
- MoMA - Museum of Modern Art, New York, NY
- Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, CT
- University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, MI
- Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum, Ann Arbor, MI
Our space-planning studies and recommendations are also discussed in the following publications:
- Rohloff, I. K. (2009) Museum Gallery Morphology and Orientation in Galleries: An Inquiry on the YCBA, the MoMA-New Extension (N.Y.) and the HMA, the Environmental Design Research Association (EDRA)-40, Kansas City, Missouri, May, 2009
- Rohloff, I. K., (2009) From Academic Research on Museum Buildings to Practice-Based Research for Planning Shopping Malls, Leadership in Architectural Research between Academia and the Profession, San Antonio, TX, April, 2009
- Psarra, S., Wineman, J., Xu, Y. and Kaynar, I. (2007) Tracing the Modern: space, narrative and exploration in the Museum of Modern Art in New York, presented in 6th International Space Syntax Symposium, Istanbul, Turkey, 12-15TH June, 2007.
- Kaynar, I. (2005) Visibility, movement paths and preferences in open plan museums: an observational and descriptive study on Ann Arbor Hands-on Museum, In Proceedings (Volume II) 5th International Space Syntax Symposium, Delft, the Netherlands.
- The Effect of Gallery Layouts on the Museum Experience, Case Studies: YCBA, MoMA, HMA, Boston Society of Architects, Museum and Exhibit Design Committee Meeting, Boston, MA, February 25th, 2009.