D/Dock creates immersive exhibition space inside 19th-century Amsterdam gasworks

Creative studio D/Dock has transformed a hall inside Amserdam’s former Westergasfabriek gasworks into Fabrique des Lumières – billed as the largest immersive art centre in the Netherlands.

Commissioned by Parisian company Culturespaces, D/Dock‘s design and build team transformed the double-height 3,800-square-metre hall into an exhibition space where bright, colourful artworks are projected across the floor and walls.

D/Dock transformed a gasworks hall into an immersive exhibition space

The space can be adapted through the use of movable seating and adjustable sound and light systems to suit the needs of various exhibitions on everything from space travel to the work of architect Antoni Gaudí.

“[The space] serves as a versatile canvas

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