The water-tower, built in 1860 was the first in St. Petersburg and marked the start of a proper water supply to the city, and now it houses a unique museum that uses the latest in exhibition technology.

The interactive exhibition is designed for museum kiosks and tells about the provision and processing of water in the city, from its founding to the present day, including antique toilets and purification systems. Together with my design partner we created the visual concept based on the original 19th century draft, as well as animations and transitions so the make the old Tower work again.
Irrumba, Inc.