Flow Communications

Strategy, storytelling and design

3D rendering of Maison Albis showing installations and exhibition placement
A 3D rendering of Maison Albis, showing the installations and exhibition placement. This was part of our work on Senegal’s Maison des Esclaves museum.

Flow’s exhibitions team aims to create transformative experiences – turning exhibition spaces from passive information sources into places of learning, engagement, entertainment and resonance.

Our experience as exhibition designers, educators, information generators, graphic designers and communicators has given us insight into how effectively conceptualised exhibition spaces can have transformative power. Our exhibitions can modify perceptions, alter mindsets, adjust attitudes and even change people.

Our approach to exhibition design is fairly unconventional, as we take on every challenge with no preconceived notions and a clean canvas.

We are aware of the big picture, but pay close attention to detail; are driven by quality, but not seduced by flash; and will listen keenly to a client’s needs, but may put the user experience first.

We are firmly in touch with cultural and social needs but completely aware of marketing and the need to attract attention and business, and can be unpredictably creative, as well as infinitely sensible.

First and foremost, though, we are innovators, and we proudly wear our creative hats.

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The From Freedom to Fanfare corporate identity created by Flow.
A drawing by Flow for work on the Biodiversity Hall at the Ditsong National Museum of Natural History.
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From Freedom to Fanfare – depictions of how the space was planned.