onedotzero was briefed to create a permanent interactive experience for sky q at the o2, with the aim that users take away key product benefit through play.
The resulting experience brings together physical and digital interactions that celebrate Sky content and appeal to families, adults and younger visitors alike. Working alongside the onedotzero team and under the guidance of Shane and Sophie Walter, I managed the production of the Sky Q phase 2 installation at the O2 in December last year, from the initial conversations to the final installation.
Working on everything from budgets, designs, material selection, managing 3rd parties and clients, to onsite support and health and safety documentation.
My role on this project was to run the production, from budgets, RA-MS, 3rd party contractors, materials, fabrication and installation. I was very involved with all forms of the build from design to fabrication, with multiple workshop visits.
The build for this project was over 4 days and nights, which included many late night cleaning sessions and onsite approvals. Having spent the previous few weeks in and out of Scena's workshop, we were well versed with the manufacturing of each element. The key to this installation is that all the elements connect like a puzzle, once locked together the structure is solid and stable.
As the integrated producer for this builds my role was to ensure that the client team, digital interactives and the overall fabrication worked cohesively and seamlessly, this involved managing a large crew, working with the onsite AEG team and ensuring that the client receive the very best when we were complete.