A project carried out by Collectif Escargo and Multicolore
The Holographic Garden invites downtown workers to relax, recharge and soak up some creative vibes through an inspiring installation during their lunch hour, on a break or between meetings.
Photo credit: Ulysse Lemerise
The project in a nutshell
Designed by Collectif Escargo, which combines global design, landscape architecture and public art to create poetic and attractive spaces, the Holographic Garden is a unique virtual and digital experience that will engage and connect visitors to the here and now.
This relaxing oasis takes the form of an urban garden boasting holographic effects and overhead plants. The installation is complemented by lighting and an ambiance that add to an overall sense of calm in the heart of the business district. Lights amplify the reflective and shimmering effects, while whispers and familiar noises form a lullaby in the background.
The Holographic Garden is a playground for the senses. It’s like a cabinet of curiosities that chases away solitude, boredom and banality. It’s a parade of the living. It’s a collection of rare, unexpected and unusual things.
Visit and discover!
March 7, 2022 to August 10, 2022
1155 René-Lévesque Boulevard West, Montréal, QC, H3B 3X7
Multicolore and its division, Matane Productions
Building of the structure:
Jesse Aidyn Dugas
A big thank you to Groupe Petra for their collaboration and support in setting up the installation.
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About “I love working downtown”: A Chamber of Commerce of Metropolitan Montreal initiative
The “I love working downtown” initiative, carried out with the support of the Ministère de l’Économie et de l’Innovation, aims to deploy actions to accelerate the revival of downtown Montréal. As part of this initiative, the Chamber is focusing on supporting creative projects in private and semi-private spaces to enhance the downtown core’s attractiveness as a place to work.
With the financial participation of: