CREATIVE DESIGN AND BUSINESS VISION

OPERA Design designs for a broad range of clients. Our portfolio contains major exhibition designs and large-scale museum interiors, graphic, as well as retail and office design. These projects are balanced by wayfinding and signage projects, conceptual proposals for office and retail environments, as well as interior design for the health sector. OPERA is also active in the field of interactive design. This multidisciplinary approach allows OPERA to deliver an integrated package for commercial, cultural and government clients. Our specialty is in creating communicative spaces, permanent or temporary, in practically every possible context.

This broad perspective has always been a deliberate choice. Our thorough understanding of interior architecture, spatial choreography and the design of three-dimensional communication distinguishes OPERA from more specialized design firms.

We supply the architectural expertise and together with the client delve into their specialist knowledge with regards to exhibiting, working, living or selling. We regard the design process as a shared process: a combination of different sets of expertise in which we provide our knowledge of space and the organisation of such a joined design effort. As a result OPERA does not limit its operation to a single field of interest: our approach allows us to work for museums and retail chains, for theatre companies and corporate clients, private commissioners and commercial brands.

 

CONTACT & VISIT US


 

OPERA Amsterdam

Asterweg 20P2

1031 HN Amsterdam


T +31 (0)20 344 53 50
F +31 (0)20 344 53 51

E studio@opera-amsterdam.nl

 

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