59 Productions


59 Productions are a design studio and production company that specialise in story-driven design. From architectural projection mapping to exhibitions; from Virtual Reality experiences to events; from theatrical design to technical consultancy, 59’s company of writers, directors, architects, animators, visual artists and technologists produce artistic work that seeks to amaze audiences of all kinds.

Building on a decade of experience making theatrical work for some of the world’s greatest venues – including Olivier and Tony winning work for the National Theatre, West End and Broadway, and for many of the major cultural organisations of the world – the company has more recently become renowned for creating spectacular public artworks, projection-mapping some of the world’s most iconic buildings, including the Sydney Opera House, Guggenheim Museum Bilbao, the Washington Monument in DC and the United Nations Headquarters in New York. 59 is also known for projects such the David Bowie Is exhibition at the V&A museum, which it designed, and for its own mutli-award winning work in Virtual Reality. 59 Productions collaborated with Eric Whitacre, Music Productions and the Space Telescope Science Institute to make the film, Deep Field: The Impossible Magnitude of our Universe, featuring Virtual Choir 5, which received its premiere at the Kennedy Space Center in 2018.