As our physical and digital worlds become more intrinsically linked there is a growing expectation of being able to move fluidly between the two. We view this as an opportunity to enhance the overall human experience within physical space by integrating digital media seamlessly within the built environment.
Working with architects, real estate developers and institutions allows us the chance to blend media design into physical environments in unexpected ways. Our work goes beyond using digital media as aesthetic decoration — we’re interested in the transfer of knowledge that is made possible by applying narrative structure to media architecture.
We help our clients conceptualise the use of their physical space as a tool for communication. This manifests itself into brand experience centres, immersive environments, marketing suites, innovation centres and expo pavilions.
“The Peak Tram is one of the oldest and most famous funicular railways in the world, as well as one of Hong Kong's most recognisable tourist attractions. ”- TimeoutView 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
“A toast to centuries of tradition at Buckfast Abbey's new state of the art visitors centre, increasing visitor numbers by over 100%”View 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 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.”View Case Study
“The National Army Museum has clearly spent its major cash injection well. This is a huge, inviting space. Back, with all guns blazing. ”- LondonistView Case Study
“"We worked with Royal Museums Greenwich to develop installations for the National Maritime Museum's new Endeavour Galleries as part of a multi-million pound investment funded by the Heritage Lottery fund."”View Case Study
“Squint/Opera are delighted to launch this experience for the people of Miami and beyond, and contribute our media expertise to such a universal topic: the Power of Science”- Holly Houghton, Squint/Opera Managing Director NYC.View Case Study
“The new visitor experience, which is already rated a Top 10 destination by Tripadvisor, celebrates the unique personality, history, neighbourhoods and sites of Chicago.”View Case Study
“A stimulating, sensitive and humane exhibition – one that is needed more now, perhaps, than ever”- The Guardian View Case Study
“Toyota's futuristic Woven City is being built at the base of Mount Fuji in Japan. A ‘living laboratory’ for new technologies, this will be the world’s first programmable city.”View Case Study
“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