Exhibitions have been in a state of constant transformation since the nineteen-eighties—shows of museum collections became lifestyle events, places of work became temporary museums, and the museum itself became a place of learning where people could look, learn and do it -themselves. Exhibition presentation is the decisive factor within all of this; it must simultaneously take place, collection and object, curatorial demands and visitors into account. While the renaissance of collection dates back to the beginnings of museums, new solutions in design and technology is leading it to pave the way for the future of exhibition presentation. This publication traces twenty-five years of experience by museumstechnik. It shows a natural alliance between museums and technology, presenting exemplary concepts and approaches to design while also stealing a glance at the future development of exhibitions.