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Interactive sampel wall
ROM AG
For the first "LivingROOM" shop, 235 MEDIA has created in collaboration with ROM AG an interactive sample wall

Bill Viola
Palazzo Strozzi
Der in der Frührenaissance errichtete Palazzo Strozzi in Florenz beherbergt die neue Ausstellung des amerikanischen Medienkünstlers Bill Viola

Energy Transitions
Deutsches Museum München
A special exhibition at the German Museum in Munich

Christmas greetings
from 235 MEDIA
We wish you and your family happy holidays and a healthy, successful year 2017!

The Bocholt Textile Factory
LWL Industriemuseum
Im Rahmen der Dauerausstellung zur Textilgeschichte präsentiert das TextilWerk Bocholt seit Oktober 2016 auf zwei Etagen die Geschichte der Textilunternehmer in Westfalen

We Call It Ludwig
Museum Ludwig
Das Museum Ludwig feiert dieses Jahr sein 40-jähriges Bestehen

Form and function – Inspired by nature
Staatliches Museum für Naturkunde Karlsruhe
In der neuen Dauerausstellung „Form und Funktion – Vorbild Natur“ stehen insbesondere die Themen Evolution und Bionik im Mittelpunkt

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On the roof of 235 MEDIA
REMOTEWORDS writes on the rooftop of 235 MEDIA in collaboration with Marcel Odenbach

Root cavity
National Park Hainich
In May 2016, the new exhibition area “Root Cave” was opened in the treetop path in Hainich national park

Hapimag Showroom
Interactive media stations
For the showroom of the company Hapimag in Hamburg 235 MEDIA developed and realized the complete media concept

Heaven above, heaven below
Wehrhahn line in Düsseldorf
On 22 February, the six new underground stations on the Wehrhahn line were opened in Düsseldorf

Indoor-Navigation NavVis
Navigation and information through precise mapping of interiors
Together with NavVis, we will set a new milestone in indoor navigation

Green Media
235 MEDIA GOES GREEN
To reduce energy consumption and save CO2 – that is the simple idea behind our Green Media initiative

Research project
The media art agency 235 MEDIA
The imai Foundation has launched with the support of the Gerda Henkel Foundation, a two-year research project, which will explore the importance of 235 MEDIA in the history of video and media art