The term combines two words: imagine and engineering. In other words, Imagineering is an activity at the crossroads of two seemingly distant areas – creativity and engineering. It involves turning fleeting ideas or concepts into spectacular projects. Imagineering is also creating experiences and emotions.
In the beginning, the term Imagineering described an unusual activity combining creativity and imagination with engineering expertise. Today, Imagineering is not only a way of thinking about creating attractive amusement parks, but also a working method for the development of spectacular narrative exhibitions. A successful exhibition is a combination of well-prepared substantive content with impressive design and multimedia setting.
Contemporary audiences have a much greater need for co-participation and involvement in the presented content. Exhibits presented in the museum space may hold the key to the authenticity of the message. We try to tell stories around them and avoid overshadowing them with modern technology.
How did water come to be in our universe? What are its properties? Answers to these and many other questions are provided by a multimedia exhibition at the Centre for Environmental Education HYDROPOLIS in Wrocław.
The Museum of the Second World War in Gdańsk is one of the most anticipated museum projects in Poland. We have prepared all multimedia elements that will appear in the main exhibition.
By the end of this year, the Old Theatre in Kraków will open its Interactive Centre for Theatre Education Museum (MICET).
Energy Science Centre is a place where science and fun go hand in hand and educational meetings inspire creative experiments. The main theme of the Centre is energy, e.g. ways of generating energy and its practical application.
The first Polish museum dedicated to stories of emigration from the Polish territories. New Amsterdam prepared the design and implemented multimedia elements for the main exhibition.
On 17 September 2015 a permanent exhibition of the Katyń Museum was opened. It has been moved to new premises in the Warsaw Citadel, an old Russian fortress erected after the November Uprising in 1830.
A museum dedicated to prisoners of the German prisoner-of-war camp Stalag IB Hohenstein was opened in Olsztynek.
The underground complex of the Main Market Square in Kraków, besides being a unique on a European scale archaeological reserve, conceals one of the most impressive exhibitions in Poland – and we boast to be its co-authors.
The Polish Aviation Museum in Kraków is located at one of the oldest European airfields. Its collection of aircraft from the First World War is unique worldwide. Permanent exhibition Wings of the Great War, which we worked on, is dedicated to those machines.
For the Municipal Cultural Centre in Bełchatów, we created the entirely new, first multimedia exposition in Poland on coal and electricity.
We have developed the entire visual concept and all multimedia elements of the O Obrotach [On the Revolutions] exhibition at the Innovation Centre Mill of Knowledge in Toruń.
The Multimedia Museum on the Cliff in Trzęsacz is situated in the seaside town famous for its ruins of the twelfth-century church whose walls have been gradually taken by the sea.
The Open-Air Mining Museum at the former Queen Louise Drift in Zabrze opened a new, underground tourist-educational route available to the public. New Amsterdam took care of the equipment delivery and installation, interactive multimedia presentations, as well as overall design of the space of the old mine workings.
We prepared content for multimedia stations which supplemented the underground exhibition in the historic Guido Mine at the Coal Mining Museum in Zabrze.
The exhibition tells the story of Upper Silesia since 1790, when Silesia launched its first steam engine, to the collapse of Communism in 1989.
The project for the District Museum in Toruń involved: production of Księga Toruń [Book of Toruń] 3D film, and visual design of the Mock-up Room at the Archaeology and History Department situated in the Eskens’ House, where the film is displayed.
Gdynia InfoBox is a multifunctional information centre, which aims to provide news about municipal investments and involve the recipient with its multimedia format.
Our project of the multimedia exhibition on the history of money came second in the concept design competition for the NBP Money Centre.
Competition concept design of artistic and spatial concept for the permanent exhibition located in Sulejówek in the “Milusin” Manor.
Opened in 2012, the Centre of Patriotic and Civic Reflection in Kielce located in a former prison is part of the Castle Hill project.
Apart from the On the Revolutions exhibition for the Innovation Centre Mill of Knowledge in Toruń, we have also prepared a concept design for another permanent exhibition –Rzeka [River].