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Orpheo collaborates with the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

Almost 20 years after one of the most striking tragedy of the 21st Century, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum has chosen to work with Orpheo. Together, we offer the visitor the possibility to discover the reconstruction of this place that was then, a mass of debris. A tribute that is, without

Orpheo invites you to a sound journey on the Humber Bridge

Have you ever wondered what a Bridge sounded like? Hull City of Culture 2017 and Opera North chose to work with Orpheo to design the deepest experience you’ll ever have on a bridge. A trio of Norwegian musicians and composers, and sound artist Jez Riley French, along with musicians from

Cartier in Motion has its smartphone app

We have been waiting a long time, but here it comes, the new Cartier in Motion exhibition at the Design Museum in London, curated by Norman Foster. A whole new exhibition, telling the story of the man who invented the modern wristwatch. Come along and explore this unique collection, retracing

Orpheo enters Caesar’s forum in Rome

Orpheo is proud to be involved in one of the most important archaeological sites in the world : « Journey in the Forum », the new project for the valorisation of the Imperial Forum.  Launched in 2014, this show has been attracting hundreds of thousands of visitors with unanimous approval. With our new innovative

Orsay Museum chooses Orpheo to bring to light its reknowned art collections

Famous throughout the world for its beautiful architecture and the richness of its collections, the Musée d’Orsay decided to redesign its digital cultural mediation through innovative solutions for individual and guided tours for all audiences and chose Orpheo’s solution to fullfill this goal.   Thanks to its experienced staff, cutting-edge

A little piece of Australia in France !

A little piece of Australia in France ! A few kilometers from Amiens, France, in the French territory of Villers-Bretonneux, the Sir John Center Monash is under construction … its goal? To be a place to remember World War I and above all, explain the role and sacrifice of the