Kubrick Exhibition opens at Design Museum
The much-anticipated ‘Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition’ opened last Friday at London’s Design Museum and has already attracted multiple five-star reviews. Our crew completed the scenic installation, creating the setting for over 700 objects, films, interviews, letters and photographs that explore Kubrick’s unique command of the creative design process of film making, from storyteller to director to editor.
Visitors walk through a series of areas, each dedicated to a creative process or particular film. This substantial and definitive exhibition fills the whole of Gallery 1 and required a precise, high-spec fit out with exceptional attention to detail. All audio visual elements were seamlessly integrated and each area subtly themed in a specific colour. We created a bespoke Space Station set, along with all artefact cases, screening rooms, information points and some graphic elements.
Although this exhibition has been touring the world for the last decade, it’s been reconfigured and re-thought by the Design Museum’s curators and design agency, Pentagram, and we’re very proud to have played a part in its delivery.
‘Immaculately and considerately presented’
Will Gompertz, BBC.
‘Astounding exhibition’ Olly Wainwright, The Guardian.
‘Remarkably expressive’ David Sexton, Evening Standard.