The Louvre approached Projex to design their first ever dedicated space for teenagers and young adults.
The space was treated as an offshoot to
their exhibition, Japanese Connections:
The Birth of Modern Décor.
Projex’s original brief was to create a creative, social zone within a relatively small space.
As the project unfolded and exciting ideas were shared, the dedicated space became larger and more prominent – an open, fun place dedicated to the popular Japanese comic art of Manga.
Visitors could express their own views on a graffiti wall and there were Manga themed creative workshops, including designing a Manga t-shirt and writing a comic.
Young people could be found reading Manga comics in a chill-out zone.
They had the opportunity to walk
through Japanese paintings from
the main exhibition in an immersive
and awe-inspiring VR experience.