What impact did the Second World War have on the west coast of Denmark and its inhabitants? This question is the focus of the brand-new Tirpitz museum in Blåvand. Big Orange created the museum’s audio tour.
The museum was designed by architect Bjarke Ingels and is nestled in the dunes of Blåvand on the west coast of Denmark. Tinker Imagineers used the decor and stories to create an incredibly beautiful experience. Museum visitors are drawn into a story that guides them through four exhibition galleries. The story explains how the Second World War shaped Denmark’s west coast and the local inhabitants. A tunnel connects the four galleries with a huge Second World War artillery bunker that was part of the Atlantic Wall.
Each gallery has its own atmosphere and rhythm which the storyline follows: ebb and flow, day and night, good and evil, hot and cold, the passage of time.
On a relatively tight deadline, our challenge was to find eight actors for three different languages, record them and edit everything to give the stories the voice and sound they deserved.