Nothing leaves an emotional impression as strongly as your surroundings. When the surroundings are designed correctly, visitors feel comfortable and want to spend time there – in the best case, they will actively engage with the room’s story and purpose.
We develop rooms that take the traditional requirements of functionality and image and go one step further. Communication, whether traditional or interactive, becomes the central component of these spatial concepts. This creates communicative spaces. Places that tell a story.
What does that mean in concrete terms?
In combination with state-of-the-art technology, such as interactive applications, rooms take on a new dimension.
The familiar spatial elements gain additional benefits alongside their actual purpose: For example, a wall becomes a sculpture, a table becomes a lamp, a counter serves as an interactive display.
These user-controlled exhibits offer concrete added value for the interaction between people, space and objects – by conveying communicative messages, taking into account a wide variety of requirements.