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From a complete design concept to a partial project – we will implement your ideas

An exhibition should be entertaining and at the same time based on high standards of scholarly research. According to this principle, we have realised an extensive range of exhibitions for museums, memorials, foundations, companies, and other clients from cultural institutions and industry.

Whether for a small or large exhibition, located indoors or outside, we adapt our design concepts to best suit your needs. Since exhibitions frequently lack the budget for extravagant media productions, we offer our clients the ability to use excerpts from our film series “History Interactive” and “German Literature Interactive”.

You can find more details and an interesting insight into our work in our museum booklet or you can browse through our film offerings from the series “History Interactive” and “Interactive German Literature”.

Museum bookletHistory InteractiveGerman Literature Interactive


The benefits of our exhibition concepts


  • Our exhibition concepts are designed in house and give you various options regarding the content, design, and technical realisation so that you can make an informed decision.
  • From the first rough concept to the exhibition book, we carry out exhibition development based on current scientific guidelines.
  • We research historical films and sound recordings and provide comprehensive advice in the use of text, image, and music elements.
  • We hold insightful interviews with contemporary witnesses, using up-to-date, quality audiovisual technology to ensure that the content is preserved as a historical source.
  • Working closely with interior designers, we create exhibition spaces in which visitors can really experience the topic. This approach guarantees that visitors will not be bored.
  • Our exhibition concepts meet up-to-date scientific and technological standards suitable for museum educational purposes. It is particularly important to us that the media do not compete with the exhibition, but are harmoniously integrated into it.