Horse Museum – ENE Cadre Noir
Culture

Horse Museum
ENE Cadre Noir

 

The history of the relationship between man and horses dates back to about 25,000 years ago.

Encompassing so much time and lived relations in a museum, is the real challenge when conceiving a site that tells you about this old-time and present alliance.    

Multimedia instruments will be the common denominator of the various functions and will help to understand the emotions of a jockey during a race, or a  rider on a jumping course through animated images, from different viewpoints  and a complete interactivity and personalization of the visual itineraries by the users/audience.

Date and Place:
2012, Saumur (France)

Client:
Private

Project:
J. M. Schivo & Associati s.r.l. (Jean Marc Schivo & Lucilla Revelli)

Structures:
RFR – Paris (Niccolò Baldassini, Kieran Rice)

Environmental engeenering:
RFR éléments – Paris (Benjamin Cimerman)