Hirsch&Mann was invited to work with Ryan Hopkinson to help make his beautiful vision of a spiral time slice become a reality with 100 Sony Xperia smart phones. Ryan devised an amazing custom spiral rig to host the phones, below which, a model walked along […]
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Hirsch&Mann were invited to collaborate with Squint Opera on the development of a series of interactive exhibits for The Crystal. This landmark building was purpose built to be the world’s first center dedicated to improving our knowledge of urban sustainability. We created a series of […]
Hirsch&Mann was asked to collaborate with Christiane Joy on the design of an LED covered jacket. The real challenge was that we literally had a week to solve it! We were excited to work on such a quick + fun project. Christiane’s vision was around […]
During the summer of 2012, Nike launched their Nike+ platform along with new sportswear and devices. The launch took place at the Montalban Theatre in Los Angeles. For this event, a basketball court and experience space was designed and built on the rooftop. A bespoke […]
Hirsch&Mann was commissioned by the Science Museum London to build three exhibits that celebrated the legacy of Alan Turing. In 2012, they opened their Codebreaker exhibition in celebration of the centenary of Turing’s birth. The exhibition included a history of his incredible career, including artefacts […]
Hirsch&Mann were invited to collaborate on the launch event of Nike’s FuelBand at SXSW 2012. The iconic Spaghetti Warehouse, in downtown Austin, Texas, was taken over and completely redesigned by Tino Schaedler. Part of this design was a bespoke LED wall that felt like being […]
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