Art Museums are truly incredible places – and to create them requires a rare combination of vision, creativity, experience, and know-how. Our flawless project management team understand our client’s vision and give serious attention to each and every detail. Our specialised procurement specialists assist with technical problem-solving research appropriate materials create prototyped sections for shows with the objective of seamlessly executing projects, passionately in pursuit of perfection in record time.
Our experience allows us to find practical solutions for everything from historical architecture and collections that need careful handling to installation delays, maintenance problems, and durability issues.
Our In-house team’s deep experience in art, museums and corporate museum spaces gives us an edge. While each art or museum project offers its own unique set of challenges, we’ve developed a process that ensures your vision comes to life in exactly the way you imagine.
Creating an engaging exhibition experience to showcase the history and progression of architectural practice in India
Curated by Rahul Mehrotra, Ranjit Hoskote and Kaiwan Mehta, the exhibition The State of Architecture: Practices and Processes in India opened at the National Gallery of Modern Art, Mumbai in January, 2016. For 12 weeks, the exhibition was to be the home for a diverse range of activity hosted by the Urban Design Research Institute. The work of Architecture BRIO is presented in the exhibition “The State of Architecture in India”. This exhibition presents the state of contemporary architecture in India within a larger historical overview since Independence.
The Piramal Art Foundation was founded in 2014 by the Piramal family. The aim of this foundation is to preserve the artistic heritage of modern & contemporary Indian art. The foundation undertakes the collection, preservation and documentation of artworks for public display as well as for research and education.
The collection has grown to become one of the most important collections of modern art in the country and the artworks form a seminal representation of works by each artist. The collection as a whole tells a grand story of the history of Indian art from the early 18th century till present times.
A finely crafted publication of one of India’s most famous artists
Display House has been working very closely with the Piramal Art Foundation and has played a pivotal role in every stage of the process right from precious art handling to fabrication. This Art Exhibition was launched as part of an exhibition of the same name at the Piramal Museum of Art. An unprecedented event, the exhibition brought together the rare works from private collections, many of which have never been displayed together before.
Designed to be more than just a collection of works, the book contains a series of essays looking at the work of Raja Ravi Verma and his continuing contribution to India’s visual culture.
Hermès, the Parisian luxury house, has always been at the forefront of cross-pollinating ideas across art, design and science. This time, the brand paid homage to the extraordinary talent of the French artist and naturalist Robert Dallet (1926-2006) in an exhibition titled Fierce And Fragile that celebrates the beauty of big cats while raising our reverence for them. This international exhibition, which toured Europe and Asia was in Mumbai, and featured several of the artist’s paintings, drawings and sketches illustrating the eight big cat species: tiger, lion, leopard, cheetah, cougar, jaguar, snow leopard and clouded leopard, all lounging or launching into action in the bristling wilderness.
150 YEARS CELEBRATION
One of the most proudest moments in the history of Display House was executing the exhibition of celebrating 150 years of The Mumbai High Court. The exhibits were housed in the central hall of the court—an imposing room with witness boxes, a jury bench and a huge chandelier. The exhibits included applications by B. R. Ambedkar, M. K. Gandhi, Sardar Patel and Mohammed Ali Jinnah seeking to be admitted as advocates at the court, and objects such as a Mignon typewriter from 1905, a justice’s wig and ceremonial outfits worn by judges.