Winning the ADC Award!

June 15, 2015 | Museums

The immersive interactive show of the Wu Kingdom Helv Relic Museum (China), has received new and prestigious recognition.

In this occasion, the Art Directors Club (ADC) Award has given its recognition for the multimedia installation in the category of Spatial Communication/Media Projection.

The jury has favourably evaluated the design and implementation of this audiovisual show that makes up the culminating moment of the exhibition itinerary of the museum and that counts on the largest immersive screen in the world at 650 square metres and with a capacity to accommodate 3,840 visitors daily.

Together with APD, the project was developed with the participation of the German company TAMSCHICK MEDIA+SPACE GmbH and the Austrian company Kraftwerk Living Technologies.

In total, the installation involved four international companies, and was awarded the Red Dot Award 2014 (Winner), the New York Festivals 2015 (Silver World Medal) and the iF Award 2015 (Gold).