For the first exhibition after it’s official reopening, The Mauritshuis asked Haute Technique to realise nine multi-media areas that can offer in-depth information regarding the history and renovation of the building. Our team realised an array of touchscreen interfaces that present the visitors interactive historical content such as maps, blueprints, and original drawings by architect Pieter Post.
Each touchscreen is positioned on a thematic islands representing for instance: the architect, building style, the garden, interior, exterior and restoration. The minimalistic designed interfaces ensure the historic content retains it’s authenticity, and is user-friendly for every age-group.
As grande finale, we created a projected animation in which the viewer meanders through a 3D version of The Mauritshuis. This digital building is constructed from Pieter Post’s original sketchbook drawings. As the animation flies you through it’s rooms and hallways, the building’s interior is simultaneously drawn before your eyes, letting the architect’s vision literally come to life.