Called Nest (nest) and located in the Swiss city where the first factory was built in 1866, the children's products company has spared no professional, architectural and technological resources to create a spectacular Museum on this special anniversary with recent advances in visualization, lighting and design so that visitors immerse in its past, present and future.

The Swiss village of Vevey, on Lake Geneva, where Henri Nestlé established its first production plant for 150 years now has a singular Museum, with more than 3,500 m2 of exhibition in an area of 6,626 m2, where he has worked more than one hundred of designs Dores, engineers and builders, selected by the Dutch specialist Tinker as a company responsible for the entire project.

With an investment of 45 million euros, Tinker also hired engineering and production in museums, technology companies as Bruns; audiovisual and technical lighting specialists as Mansveld, stretch ceilings design as Barrisol, among other companies networks, communications, etc. with the aim of designing a "floating world organic, called Nest (nest) and composed of unique white and fluid, forms some in 3D, in which visitors are fully immersed in the history of Nestlé, to" the time that they acquire knowledge about nutrition of enjoyable and interactive".

Structured in four different areas, the element of the design of the Museum is Visions, a spectacular structure suspended in the air to reflect the complex relations between nutrition, health and wellness, fruit of laborious work of r & d in combination with scientific research of food products made by the company, such as the lacteada flour, who saved the lives of many babies for 150 years.

As explained by the Director of the Museum, Catherine Saurais, "offering Nest is a different and innovative way through our own history, with a link between the past, present and future, and discuss issues related to food production in the" "today's world and explore the future of nutrition".

During the tour, the visitor meets original objects from the 19th century and even see the now reconstructed laboratory where he worked Henri Nestlé. In other space full of 'interactive boxes' see open images, information in the history of the company, etc. through touch displays.

A large multimedia table serves as a claim to show the five major commitments that the company: production, environment, agriculture, management of water and nutrition, which unfold videos, images, maps, graphics,... for which the visitors can explore these issues and know how Nestlé is contributing to the challenges that are implicit.

The last area is focused on the future and stars a great interactive platform, located several metres above the ground, with games and Visual experiences on the future of nutrition, and how to influence the food in our body, body to body, among others many activities.

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By • 12 Jan, 2017
• Section: Study cases, Digital signage, Display, Projection