Museum of Decorative Arts
Interactive wall

The Museum of Decorative Arts celebrates the significant 70th anniversary of the creation of the house of Dior. 

The rich and dense exhibition invites visitors to explore the universe of its founder and the designers who succeeded him. In this first room immersed in darkness, objects, paintings, photos, and videos narrate the story of Christian Dior and the significant events of his history. 

On the twenty-meter-long library wall integrating real decorative elements, dynamic and interactive projections enrich the collections. The effect is surprising and invites exploration. 

Visitors can interact with the wall by placing their hands on certain areas, thereby generating luminous animations, highlighting a decorative element, or starting the projection of an archival film.

  • Dior
  • Musée des Arts Décoratifs, Paris
  • Temporary
  • Agence NC
  • La Méduse
  • Anamorphée
  • F. Austerlitz et M. Blaise
  • Nokinomo