For over 20 years we have built a reputation for mixing media, architecture, software and hardware into content that has a strong narrative structure and delivers unique visual experiences for both digital and physical spaces.

Now our clients and partners rely on us to help them navigate a rapidly digitising world that has moved beyond traditional content delivery and into a future where the boundary between the physical and digital is less clear.

Our advisory work on Experience Design, Media Design, Filmmaking and Virtual Twins is helping our clients to develop strategies for how best to capitalise on digital transformation while also enhancing the overall human experience in this space.

  • “Ink-splatting squid kids, zombies and a digital recreation of Game of Thrones take their place alongside 18th century sculpture as the V&A opens its first dedicated video games exhibition.”

    - The TelegraphView Case Study
  • “A Film documenting the Telosa team as they venture into designing the first new city in the USA for more than 100 years.”

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  • “ Winner of the global Helsinki Energy Challenge, floating seawater reservoirs that help decarbonise the city's heating network.”

    -DezeenView Case Study
  • “The Empire State Building was just voted the number one attraction in all of the United States (and third in the world).”

    - Trip AdvisorView Case Study
  • “The recently reopened First World War Galleries at the Imperial War Museum in London, which replace an older presentation that was a classic for a generation, are part of a $67 million rebuilding of the museum.”

    - New York Times View Case Study
  • “The hospital of the future: more holistic, less dehumanising, and better able to deal with a health crisis”

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  • “The state-of-the-art Space Dome offers every visitor an immersive audio-visual experience with a specially commissioned film about the history of Jodrell Bank, narrated by Professor Brian Cox.”

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  • “"this impressive new museum is dedicated to Ireland's very intimate relationship with the written word. Located in the elegant Georgian Newman House, exhibits tell the history of Irish literature from the earliest oral storytellers right through to contemporary writers" ”

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