All hands on deck!
April 2, 2020This summer, the reconstructed Viking ship, which was on display in the ‘We Vikings’ exhibition of the Fries Museum, will sail in Sneek. Together with the museum and OPERA Amsterdam, Studio Louter was responsible for the concept, design and AV productions of this exhibition. Read more about the relocation of the ship here (in Dutch).
‘Between Heaven and Earth’ in the media
March 20, 2020Wonderful reviews for the exhibition ‘Between Heaven and Earth – Experience The Last Supper by Bouts’ in the St Peter’s Church in Leuven. Together with M Leuven, we produced a digital experience that immerses visitors in the 12 highlights of the Church. The showstopper is the famous triptych The Last Supper painted by Dieric Bouts. During the opening weekend, already 8,000 people discovered the hidden stories behind the treasures in the church! Read the De Standaard's review here (in Dutch).
Update coronavirusIn line with the national policy, we too work from home. That means the studio, in Amsterdam, is currently closed, but we keep working on our projects. Connect with us via our e-mail addresses, 06 phone numbers or firstname.lastname@example.org.
First results neighbourhood Oosterdalfsen
March 13, 2020Recently, we had the chance to work on a new residential area in Dalfsen. In 2015, a major archaeological discovery was made in Dalfsen in preparation of the new neighbourhood; around 150 graves from the Funnelbeaker culture were discovered along an ancient road. Under the name Family Road, Studio Louter and MUST stedebouw playfully reintroduced this archaeological story in the neighbourhood. For instance, residents are able to picnic on the very spot where the first hunter-gatherers prepared their food. See the first results here.
Emotion Design at Rijksuniversiteit Groningen
March 11, 2020In March, our Creative Director Olga gave a lecture on Emotion Design for students of the master course Atelier Living Heritage at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen. In this course, students learn how to apply historical knowledge and skills in organisations that deal with heritage. Olga explained how we communicate historical knowledge to broad audiences by creating unforgettable visitor experiences with the use of our Emotion Design Method.
Reopening St. Peter’s Church in Leuven
March 6, 2020After a renovation of more than 30 years, the St.Peter’s Church in Leuven is back to its former glory. Together with M Leuven, we designed a mixed reality tour through the versatile past of Leuven from in and around the church. With an iPad the visitor discovers the hidden stories behind the treasures in the church. Yesterday we celebrated the festive (re)opening of the church and the launch of the iPad tour Between Heaven and Earth.