A website is never finished, and this spring we worked on some new features for Henie Onstad's website. Two of them were an interactive map for their sculpture park surrounding the Henie Onstad and a redesign of Art Channel.
Henie Onstad's sculpture park displays 30 sculptures by Norwegian and international artists such Tony Cragg, Henry Moore, Camille Norment and Arnold Haukeland, among others. The sculptures are in a large area around the museum and reach out to two beaches and a forest. As the sculpture park might go unnoticed for some visitors, we developed an interactive map to showcase all the unique pieces and their story. The map helps visitors to discover the sculptures and learn more about the artists and the artworks.
This project is a prolongation of an ongoing collaboration we have with the Henie Onstad Art Centre on their website and digital presence. In addition to the Sculpture park, we redesigned Art Channel (link to old version). When we first created Art Channel in the spring of 2020, it was a response to the challenge the museum faced having to stay closed. Now, the redesign allows the museum to use the platform in a more flexible way, with the possibility to create collections of content related to exhibitions or themes.
The new features and designs are based on the initial design direction by ANTI. Photography by Julie Hrnčířová and art direction by us.