To create a public exhibition about the Peak, Marc & Chantal led research into Hong Kong’s unique heritage and natural wonders. Conceptualised, curated and designed as a museum-grade display, the exhibition was part of a broader brand and communication exercise developed by Marc & Chantal for a residential project by Wheelock Properties on the Peak.
Understanding the Sun and its inner workings is no easy task. It was our challenge to present this massive subject in a concise and informative, yet engaging, manner. To do so, we used a mix of digital and analogue interactive tools, making for a hands-on and entertaining experience.
This exhibition about the creative process of the world-renowned architect was mounted in Sanlitun Village, Beijing in 2010 and later reconfigured at Artistree, Hong Kong. From conception to finished product, the exhibition provided an insightful look into his unique method of combining traditional, hands-on design techniques with industry-leading computer technology.
On a mission to appeal to the instant-gratification-seeking youth of today, we created a multi-dimensional and layered experience giving the opportunity to teenagers across Hong Kong to step into a die-cut world, teeming with lessons on how to become the best citizen one can be.
To provide an educational journey for young visitors to the Legislative Council (LegCo) Complex, we used the historical development of the legislature of Hong Kong to give context to the present policies and procedures. Interactive displays on the legislative process give motivation for visitors to be involved in the region’s future.
This travelling exhibition was commissioned to communicate about the Louis Vuitton heritage to Asian customers. The project was an evolution of an earlier exhibition we had designed for the brand, “Travel & Travellers”, showcasing the glamourous and adventurous lifestyle of the 19th Century traveller through a broad range of antique Louis Vuitton travel accessories. The Art of the Automobile exhibition presented visitors with a collection of objects related specifically to road travel.
Located on the waterfront in Quarry Bay Park, the museum gallery opened in 2012 to give visitors a view into Hong Kong’s fire fighting past and the history of the Fireboat Alexander Grantham. The Fireboat itself is installed on site and open to the general public. Occupying roughly 3,500 sq. ft., the exhibition works along a visual timeline covering three key periods, from 1883 to the present day.