Our core competence lies in the holistic concept development and design of exhibitions and interiors. We also draw up feasibility studies as an impulse for museum projects. Our multidisciplinary team, which is made up of architects, scenographers, graphic designers, concept developers, lighting planners and media planners, develops creative and innovative ideas which we then implement right up to realization, professionally and at all levels.



A program and its contents are transformed into a spatial narrative that addresses all of the senses. Scenography is the translation of ideas into spaces with a specific visual impact. We develop spaces that tell stories, with communication concepts that are adapted to suit the visitors and their different needs and cognitive capacities. Participative and barrier-free elements are an important part of every exhibition concept we work on. Just as important to us are our treatment of the existing architecture and taking into consideration any requirements pertaining to listed historical buildings, which we see as natural aspects of the design process.


Designs of spaces must always stem from a fundamental understanding of the needs of the people who are being addressed by those spaces. Identifying these needs and translating them into a concrete design requires an intense process of examination. Taking into consideration aesthetic, cultural, social and economic aspects, we work with our clients to define clear goals and create spaces that match their identity and their interests.


Graphic design elements in spaces can have very different functions. They help to provide orientation, enable visitors to experience the space emotionally, or they communicate content – always bearing in mind the needs and cognitive capacities of different visitor groups. We always develop and design our infographics, illustrations and typographic designs from out of the respective context. We not only draw reference to the spaces themselves, but always have a keen eye on the appropriate design of different application media such as information systems, publications and digital surfaces.



Our lighting concepts take a sensitive approach to the architecture and the respective particular spatial needs. In doing so, from the very outset our spatial design process develops an exact idea of how light impacts the space. In museum and exhibition spaces in particular, planning the lighting is a complex task that presents many challenges. It is not only about achieving the best possible lighting for spaces, above all the objects being exhibited must be shown in an optimal light. At the same time, our solutions not only bear in mind that the exhibits must have a strong impact on the visitors looking at them, we also make sure that exhibition artefacts are protected and preserved. With high aesthetic standards, we set objects in scene and create illuminated spaces and, by doing so, open up unimagined perspectives to visitors’ perception of what they are looking at. 



Digital media are an integral and vital component in every exhibition and museum planning project today. We develop the concept for, plan and produce installations that impact the spaces they occupy using images, sound and other elements – even smells can sometimes play a role. As part of this, we develop media guides and media stations as well as intelligent strategies for the preparation and follow-up of a museum visit. In this way, smartphone applications or a museum website offer the opportunity to intensify and round off the entire experience.



We develop solution approaches for new exhibition projects or for new museums, analyze the risks and support you professionally and practically when applying for funding. Our holistic concept includes all important components from the beginning – from evaluating the general architectural conditions to drawing up didactically sound educational concepts, right up to a well-founded cost planning.


Many years of experience as well as knowledge of the different perspectives of those involved are just as much part of the successful realization of a project as the creative designs themselves. The most intelligent concepts and the best design ideas too often fail due to a lack of project structures. That is why clear specifications concerning time management, approvals, cost controlling as well as tendering and awarding processes are the foundations for the successful execution of multilayered and complex projects. We take on responsibility for the entire cost and deadline controlling process in a project: from the initial funding application documents right up to the evidence of use. At the same time, we approach the specific requirements of each and every project flexibly and creatively – because special projects demand a special level of commitment.