The 2018 Château Laurier Terrace exhibition featured colourized photographs centred around Canada’s presence and impact during the last 100 days of the First World War.

Developed in collaboration with Veterans Affairs Canada, the graphic theme of the exhibit blended the historical look of the photographs with the clean, modern graphic approach of Veterans Affairs Canada branding.

Client

Canadian Heritage

Services

Environmental graphic design; Exhibit design; Industrial design; Spatial planning

‘Canada’s Hundred Days’
‘Canada’s Hundred Days’
‘Canada’s Hundred Days’
‘Canada’s Hundred Days’

“ninesixteen has always demonstrated an attentiveness to the needs of our Capital Interpretation projects. They have repeatedly proven to be very flexible, responsive and reliable in providing us with what we need when we need it. They’re always a pleasure to work with.”

Steve Dezort
Canadian Heritage


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