Experiential - Incorporating: audiovisual, graphic and object-based displays

The Spanish Gallery

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The Spanish Gallery tells the story of the Golden Age of Spanish Art. The paintings and sculptures on display, by the likes of Velázquez, Murillo, Zurbarán and El Greco are literally some of the greatest artworks in the world. The canvas on which this story was to be told, were two adjoining 19th century grand buildings, through which we would invite visitors to journey with us, as they climb up over four distinct floors. The project however was not to […]

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Provost Skene’s House

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We brought together immersive experiential design and combined it with hands-on interactives, games, digital technology, commissioned illustration and carefully considered graphics to revitalise Provost Skene’s House, Aberdeen’s oldest surviving townhouse dating from 1545. This exciting new visitor attraction in the heart of the city celebrates the pioneering people of Aberdeen and the North-East of Scotland who have shaped the city and helped to transform the world. There are 12 themed galleries, spread over four floors, which explore a range of people […]

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Johnnie Walker Princes Street

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To celebrate Johnnie Walker’s 200th anniversary, Diageo sought to introduce a more contemporary identity for the Johnnie Walker brand and transform the traditional image of Scotch as an exclusive spirit, into a flavourful, accessible drink for anyone to enjoy, anyway they wish. Set within an Edinburgh landmark transformed, offering eight floors of breath-taking experiences, bars, event spaces, and views across the capital, Johnnie Walker Princes Street stands at the heart of Diageo’s £185million investment in whisky tourism in Scotland. […]

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BACKSP!N

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BACKSP!N is the second in a series of charitable art exhibitions which uses the power of ping-pong to raise funds for the Drumchapel Table Tennis Club (DTTC). The project showcased over 60 table tennis paddles designed by artists, designers and illustrators from across the UK, as well as one dedicated table design for the show. The exhibition ran as a silent auction in wasps studios South Block building in Trongate, Glasgow — including original pieces from the likes of celebrated […]

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