The transformation of the Greenwich Peninsula is one of the largest developments in London for decades, a landscape that over the next 20 years will completely change. For a public awareness exhibition, Emulsion were invited to design and celebrate the development through interactive, digital and physical multi-media displays.
The concept of the exhibition is to convey the sense of this new masterplan and infrastructure of the area for visitors as they are taken on an educative journey, whilst emphasising the spirit and creative force behind this significant urban project.
Emulsion chose to use a mix of tactile and crisp contemporary materials including textural wood, dichroic film, natural brass and perforated metalwork, siting the physical alongside the digital of moving image and virtual reality – to convey a sense of the iconic architecture and a forthcoming plethora of modern facilities which will inhabit the future peninsula.
Photography by Ed Reeve.