Originally, the architecture and design firm Lemay wanted to create a wall consisting of four layers of glass with films on the back to give a visual depth effect and recreate a network of neurons whose layers would represent different groups of donors. However, this concept allowed no access between and behind the windows to ensure its maintenance and did not respect the customer’s budget.
The first part of our solution was to create a frame and insert clear tempered glass doors with a pivot system, thus solving the problem of access for maintenance. Then, rather than working the depth of the display to characterize the blocks of information, we have put forward an interactive display whose programming brings out the elements in a predetermined order. The assembly includes three printed films superimposed on the back of the glass and more than 600 acrylic tubes glued to the glass to diffuse LED lighting. The concept variant delivered a result that did not exceed the budget while offering a more compelling visual experience than the original proposal.