Entirely designed to appeal to the youngest visitors, the museum wanted a highly interactive dynamic that required special technical constraints. Durability, sturdiness, safety, precision, easy cleaning... all aspects that guided our work, from the initial technical considerations right through to the final details of on-site installation.


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Historically based in the town of Andenne, the Museum of Ceramics has been completely transformed to take up residence at the Phare.

With an impressive heritage made up of a multitude of precious objects to display, the museum had to offer spaces and display cases capable of showcasing these pieces of history. Hours of discussions devoted to choosing the right selection and estimating the size of the windows enabled the teams to optimise the space...


The right lighting to bring out the best of your exhibits

We then studied and selected the lighting elements. The larger sized objects justified the choice of uniform lighting.

The few 'flagship' objects were highlighted through lighting or original presentations that were the subject of in-house technical studies, often carried out in collaboration with specialist suppliers.

No fewer than 70 frescoes printed on canvas have been glued in place to give the illusion of tapestry. So as not to damage them, each one has been placed in a recess: the effect is stunning.


Another technical feat was the interweaving of all the display units in a glulam bamboo structure whose construction systems had to be not only invisible, but also compatible with the integration of all the technical power supplies for the video, lighting and interactive systems.

1,000 kilos

Our developers had to come up with a solution to create a support for the heavy, glass-protected model of the town of Andenne, which weighs almost a tonne. An artistic signature that leaves its mark on visitors...


We're delighted with the enthusiastic feedback we've had from visitors, and our teams are still thinking about this project with pride. A very strong human collaboration, thanks to the professionalism of the team at the Espace Muséal d'Andenne and the multitude of contributors whose knowledge was generously shared.