Royal Museums of Fine Arts of Belgium

Target audience
Leisure - Museums & exhibitions
The challenge
To add digtal elements in a traditional and artistic museum where multimedia could not be determining during a visit.
The result
An extra, multimedia layer that ensures an interactive visit without affecting the artworks.
Projectie Fille Roelants 1

For eleven years, the KMSKA was closed.

During those eleven years, we were part of the design team responsible for the renovation. RDAC worked with Asli Ciçek on the concept, Joris Kritis (Kritis & Kritis) was responsible for the graphic design and Arup for the lighting design.

Projectie c Joshua d Hondt

With Ocular, we were responsible for the multimedia design of the various elements in the museum. We managed this with respect for the classical building and without detracting from the artworks.

This interactive museum has a fully immersive space with projection on every wall.

Projectie c Sanne De Block Projectie Fille Roelants 2
Scherm c Joshua d Hondt

We were also responsible for the interaction part. Together with the scenographer and the architect, we determined which elements were needed to digitally support the story in the museum. We were in charge of the engineering and then linked those elements to the story.

Microsoft Teams image 45 Projectie Fille Roelants 1

Photo credits: Fille Roelants, Joshua d'Hondt & Sanne De Block.

Execution techniques: Meyvaert Glass Engineering & Create

Projectors: Barco

Content production: The Chinese

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