• Client: City of Graz
  • Location: Graz / Austria
  • Partner: Innocad ZT
  • Team: Fernanda Reis, Martin Kern, Gerriet K. Sharma
  • Photos: Alexander Rauch, Paul Ott


To people in Graz, “Murnockerln” are a symbol of permanence. They not only constitute the geological base of the city, but also the foundations of historic buildings and paving. In the task of creating a new information centre for Graz Tourism in the city’s heritage listed building of the Provincial Armoury, the “Murnockerl” is the basic building block of the concept, a contextual link, a metaphor, corporate symbol and form-giving element in one. In the architecture, the organic form of the “stones” is broken down into layers, similar to their structure. The space-forming and form-giving grid surface can be used as variable shop furniture and adapted for product display. The completely free vault ceiling functions as a screen for a large media installation developed in collaboration with sound artist Gerrit K. Sharma.

The project was lead by INNOCAD and developed by a multidisciplinary team of graphic designers, fashion and product designers, sound and media designers, and architects. The result is a consistent corporate identity combining architecture, media and merchandising aspects.

Technical Details:

Resolution: 2 x 1920 x 1080
Hardware: 8 x Short-throw projectors
Remote Control:
 Custom made SSH solution 
Projection Mapping: Mad Mapper
Video Player: Resolume Avenue 
Video Production: Processing
Simulation: Rhino + Grasshopper


Georg Kettele - Kanonenhalle Projection Mapping
Kanonenhalle Graz
Kanonenhalle Graz

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