On the 100th anniversary of the construction of the Galeries Lafayette's monumental Cupola in Paris, AMO created the exhibition 1912-2012: Chronicles of a Creative Itinerary.
The exhibition unmasks Galeries Lafayette's one hundred years of creative engagement of culture and shopping under the iconic dome at the Boulevard Haussmann, created in 1912 by architect Ferdinand Chanut and master glass-maker Jacques Gruber.

The exhibition merges fixed and interactive elements with original archival material - including publications, photographs, newspapers, graphics, posters, objects, correspondence, window displays, models, films, and videos - to evoke the many facets of a creative journey lasting 100 years.

Photos by OMA, Venice Biennale, L.Venturini

Galeries Lafayette: Chronicles of a Creative Itinerary

Location: Galeries Lafayette, Paris
Date: 2012
Produced by: OMA-AMO
Role: Exhibition graphic design.
Project type: Temporary exhibition
Curator: OMA-AMO 
Team: Rebecca Bego, Boudewien van den Berg, Paul Cournet, Fausto Fantinuoli, Maria Finders, Alice Grégoire, Ippolito Pestellini Laparelli, Rem Koolhaas, Courtney Song, Elisabeth Stoney, Lucia Venturini, James Westcott