The northernmost region of the country, and among the least developed tourist destinations, has claimed to open up mainly to neighboring countries in recent decades, a more active role in Greece’s tourism industry.
The exhibition “AEGEAN – Birth of an Archipelago” is an important cultural event, of high aesthetic and quality that showcases in a special way, through the birth and evolution of the Aegean, the cultural particularity, uniqueness and natural beauty of Greece. Framed with impressive exhibits, audiovisual productions and interactive educational applications, it invites the international […]
The exhibition “Thessaloniki’s Commerce 1870-1970” presents through unique archival and photographic material the productive history of the old commercial center of the city, during the period 1870-1970, based on the results of a research program.
The Leonidio Information Center uniquely promotes the floristic value of Parnon, an area classified as one of the richer regions of Europe in this field and is combined with other places of interest in the area.
Hellenic Seaways entrusted Tetragon with the design and implementation of its exhibition stands in a number of tourism fairs in Athens and Thessaloniki. Hellenic Seaways corporate image was the basic inspiration for the design of the stands, bringing to mind their ships.
The Silversmithing museum is located in the castle of Ioannina, on the western bastion of the southeastern Acropolis (Itch Kale). It is a thematic, technological museum of the PIOP that contributes to the preservation of knowledge on the silversmithing of Epirus.
The largest region of Greece, Attica, beyond Athens, has a rich stock of alternative choices, for example its islands, its Aegean seaside and other less known treasures within its area.
TETRAGON, under the supervision of the 15th Ephorate of Byzantine Antiquities of Komotini, designed and implemented a complex installation consisting of a floor map of the Byzantine Via Egnatia, combined with two touch screens that provide visitors with comprehensive information material.
TETRAGON designed and implemented a complex interactive installation entitled “Faces, Objects & Ideas”, strategically positioned at the center of the exhibition. The application serves as a station for museum educational activities and acts as an alternative way of exploring the content of the exhibition sections.
Interactive maps provide immediate and comprehensible information on a site’s features. TETRAGON designs and implements complex interactive map installations that feature large-scale topographic reliefs, two-dimensional cartographic illustrations, lighting elements and presentation screens, able to provide rich educational material.