House of European History opens in Brussels
Fiona King · 12th May 2017
A new museum telling the story of Europe in the 20th century has opened in Belgium. The House of European History, located in the heart of Brussels' European quarter, features exhibits from 300 museums and invites visitors to explore issues since the integration of Europe after the second world war. Contemporary issues such as Brexit also feature.
We worked with a team of academics and writers to provide content and language editing services across the museum, in the 24 languages of the European Union, including the catalogues for both the permanent and inaugural temporary exhibitions. We also scripted the AV shows that form a centre piece in each of the permanent galleries.
The scripts aim to capture the essence of Europe - as a place, as a collection of imagined communities, and as an idea.