Project Type: Environmental Design
Client: Roundhouse
Date: February 2020
After watching the film Design Canada directed by Greg Durrell, my peers and I were inspired to imagine Canada's rich Design history showcased in the film in a physical space. Using the film's pre-existing brand elements and content, we began to conceptualize a travelling exhibition space. The gallery would further explore and engross attendees in Canada's eccentric design history. The images below are examples of the various spaces, collateral and promotional pieces for the exhibition and gallery experience.
Using Design Canada's pre-exisiting branding on the exterior of the Art Gallery of Alberta (AGA)
Entry into the gallery space
Entry into the gallery space
AR interactions with the design artifacts
AR interactions with the design artifacts
Studio space
Studio space
Highlight on Expo '67
Highlight on Expo '67
Timeline of design history in Canada
Timeline of design history in Canada
A walkthrough the gallery and exhibition space
Foldable triangular brochures, with additional information (eg. the designers featured in the film)
LRT advertisements

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