In 2020 the Historical Museum of The Hague celebrated the 75th anniversary of the liberation of the Netherlands by the Allied Forces in 1945. We were invited to develop the graphic and 3D design for the exhibition, which was to showcase a large number of objects, videos and audio fragments related to the Second World War and the liberation.
We created a variety of wooden modules, which gave us the flexibility to display all the different elements. As it meanders through the exhibition spaces, its voluminous appearance resonates with the defensive Atlantic Wall. Adding to the drama are the large paper banners and the window screens we designed that refer to the visual language of Nazi Germany
Furthermore, a recurring system of color coding was used throughout the exhibition to create a much-needed hierarchy when navigating the different spaces.