On 11 September 2016, the interactive exhibition “Wildnis(t)räume“ was officially opened at the Forum Vogelsang IP. It was commissioned by the Eifel National Park Center and was conceptualized and implemented together with TRIAD Berlin. The exhibition uses multiple interactive, tactile, and olfactory exhibits to help guide the guests through the natural spaces of the national park. The interplay of multimedia elements, such as 3D films and projection mapping, form surprising and sensory perspectives of nature. “Wildnis(t)räume“ is child and family friendly, multilingual and comprehensively barrier free. „Das Warten auf Vogelsang hat sich gelohnt“ (Aachener Zeitung)
TRIAD Berlin presents a new solution for Siemens AG's future trade fair appearances: digital Highlight Cubes that can be modulated and used in any combination. For the ninth time in a row, Siemens commissioned TRIAD Berlin to design their 3,500-square-meter exhibition stand at the 2016 Hannover Messe. Four Highlight Cubes illustrate Industry 4.0 subjects such as Sustainable Energy, Fiber Industry, Individualized Mass Production, and Automotive. The new "The Cube" concept provides the world's leading technology corporation with maximum media and architectural flexibility in the presentation of its innovative products. Moreover, the 5-meter-high Skywalk gallery offers impressive views that create a better understanding of the interplay between the digital and the real world. TRIAD Berlin's new concept manages to communicate complex contents in an intuitive manner to both industry experts and interested trade visitors.
On February 28, 2016, the FIFA World Football Museum opened its gates in Zurich. A few days earlier the press could get a first glimpse inside the new museum. One of the highlights: Two-time world champions Cafu (Brazil, 1994 and 2002) and Renate Lingor (Germany, 2003 and 2007) have unveiled the FIFA World Cup Trophy and the FIFA Women’s World Cup Trophy. Over a period of five years, the creative agency TRIAD Berlin collaborated with the team of the FIFA World Football Museum to create the contents, design, and dramaturgy of the 3,000-sqm exhibition. Moreover, TRIAD Berlin was responsible for construction management, technical planning, and general contracting. With more than 1,000 unique exhibits, the museum offers an interactive multimedia experience allowing visitors to see, feel, and hear how football creates emotions across the globe and provides people with excitement, inspiration, and a sense of unity. We are proud of the result and very happy about the worldwide media response. Photos: FIFA World Football Museum