The World Ablaze is part of the permanent collections at Fort Ligonier. Over 200 impressive artifacts – ranging from 18th Century artillery to royal crowns of Europe – were acquired to reflect the diverse global aspects of the Seven Years’ War.
An incredible amount of content with hundreds of individual graphic elements interpret the complex history of world-wide colonial conflicts in the 18th Century.
The exhibition is divided into several theaters of war: North America, Maritime, Central Europe, Western Europe, India, Western Africa and Spain. It concludes with the various Peace Treaties of 1762-1763, and the legacies of the Seven Years’ War in North America and around the world.
Paris Design worked closely with Fort Ligonier to establish several tiers of graphic elements that define exhibit areas and enhance the visitor experience by visually organizing the content.
Each exhibit area includes a distinct color code, entry kiosk with time-line, iconic battle-zone banner, and shield flags for each opponent engaged. Murals, quotes, portaits, case and wall graphics weave together the artifacts into an amazingly rich and comprehnsive view of the Seven Year's War and it's legacies.
|Client:||Fort Ligonier Museum|
|Project:||The World Ablaze: An Introduction to the Seven Years' War|