Design, development, and assembly of exhibitions in Barcelona

Barcelona, a city rich in culture and art, stands out for its eclectic and dynamic exhibition scene. Barcelona is also the city where Misterio Studio was founded, a place that we hold dear and where we continue to develop and assemble exhibitions to this day.

1. Creative Design in the Heart of Barcelona

There are countless approaches to exhibition design and development. In our case, we approach exhibitions in Barcelona in a way that we believe fits the city's specific needs: through a creative approach that does not overlook the technical and formal requirements of any exhibition.

We use criteria of readability, visual perception, and identity. Design becomes a powerful tool for conveying stories and captivating visitors.

2. Development of Innovative Projects

The conceptualization and execution of museographic projects are essential for creating impactful permanent and temporary exhibitions. In the environment offered by the city of Barcelona, where exhibition variety and dynamism are paramount, developing concepts from innovation and creativity are indispensable conditions to provide unique experiences that resonate with the public.

Regarding exhibitions, Barcelona has a long history that began in 1888 with the first Universal Exhibition of Barcelona. Not without criticism, the 1888 Exhibition was the first major event organized in Barcelona, initiating a development model for the city that was subsequently applied in other historical moments, such as the Barcelona 1992 Olympic Games or the Universal Forum of Cultures in 2004.

In any case, and beyond this model of growth based on international events, Barcelona has a consolidated museum network for all tastes. From minor historical classics (such as the Wax Museum) to those focused on tourism (MOCO), passing through others of international importance such as CCCB, MACBA, or DHUB that program very diverse exhibitions focused on contemporary thought and creation.

Exhibitions in Barcelona

3.Assembly of Stands and Custom Exhibition Spaces

The assembly of stands and exhibition spaces in fairs and special events is a fundamental aspect to consider. Beyond cultural dissemination in museums or public institutions, there are exhibitions aimed at promoting private entities where design and exhibition assembly must also be carefully considered and approached with a focused perspective for the public.

The Fira de Barcelona, both at its headquarters in Montjuïc and in L'Hospitalet, offers a constant schedule of fairs and congresses on multiple themes. Thousands of people and companies from around the world visit these events each year, some of the most important being, to name a few, Alimentaria, Mobile World Congress, Construmat, or Saló de l'Automòbil.

4.Impact on Cultural Events in Barcelona

We believe that exhibition design contributes positively to improving Barcelona's cultural landscape by providing varied experiences and transforming spaces. Many cultural events take place in the city throughout the year, such as major music festivals (Primavera Sound, Sónar), specifically artistic festivals (Barcelona Gallery Weekend, Llum, Swab), and popular festivities like La Mercè.

From historical exhibitions to contemporary art events, design, development, and assembly are fundamental pillars that drive the cultural appeal of the city, promote local culture and tourism, and help local companies and projects find new niches and forms of dissemination.