The Glyptotheque HAZU, a Croatian art institution, created an exhibition which explores the influence of smoking on popular culture over the last 150 years.
Playing with the idea of taboo, the design hides the exhibits from the rest of the museum. It built a completely new space with cylindrical display rooms reminiscent of cutout cigarettes.
Visitors can create their own path through the exhibition. On the way out, enlarged reproductions of key paintings envisage life without smoking.