With over 44 million passengers traveling through the Toronto-Pearson airport each year, the airport management set out to transform their terminals into memorable experiences rather than just another hallway to pass through on the way in and out of the city. To empower their travelers, Toronto Pearson Airport sought to fill their busiest terminal with a uniquely artistic structure that was sure to deliver the impression that the city of Toronto deserved. The installation that the airport envisioned would capture travelers’ attention, slowing them down to enjoy the display and atmosphere that the artwork brought to the terminal. However, to bring their vision to life, Toronto-Pearson needed a partner that could provide a display with more than just a standard screen, but the ability to invoke true artistic inspiration.
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