Recent projects show the scope of our work. For US corporate client Dow we completed two projects involving both sound and design, a visitor brand experience for the Olympics in Rio and a brand and museum space in the company’s headquarters in Michigan, USA.
Whilst working for Event Communications, DS also designed the exhibition in The Crystal, a Siemens sustainability centre in London, from concept design to completion. This included sound and AV design for an immersive theatre. This was a BREEAM Outstanding/LEED Platinum rated building – the first in the UK at the time – and the story of this forms part of the exhibition.
On the sound side alone we created the sound design for the double BAFTA – award winning Passchendaele live BBC broadcast from Ypres, Belgium, a living soundscape for the John Keats Museum in London and a soundtrack for the SeaLIFE Aquarium in South Korea. DS has also composed an 18-minute looping sound piece that plays on the Level 72 viewing gallery of the Shard in London and the sound design for the travelling Downton Abbey exhibition which began in Singapore and is currently touring North America.
Consultancy wise, we have worked extensively on the Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Science and Cultural Centre in Kuwait, acting as client representative and design manager on the site of this multi-million dollar museum. DS Design and Sound have also advised on further projects which are subject to non-disclosure agreements.