COMPLEXE
DESJARDINS

The Holiday decor at Complexe Desjardins in Montreal is unique in many ways. First of all, it is the largest 3d printed tree in the world. It took 600 hours of planning and a little over 2 775 hours of printing to bring all of the components to life. This colossal work has been made possible through our mastery of the technique and our large production capabilities regarding large scale 3D printing.

HOURS OF PLANNING

HOURS OF PRINTING

HOURS OF PLANNING

HOURS OF PRINTING

The tree also needed to be part of an existing lightshow created by Moment Factory. Our lighting design and integration department worked closely with them to make sure everything would tie in properly.

The tree also needed to be part of an existing lightshow created by Moment Factory. Our lighting design and integration department worked closely with them to make sure everything would tie in properly.

Finaly, at the core of the experience there’s the character of Lëon who serves as the main story line. Since the Complexe Desjardins is located in the heart of  Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles, we created a whimsical musician that embodies the holiday magic as well as the music that fills the district during festival season.

Finaly, at the core of the experience there’s the character of Lëon who serves as the main story line. Since the Complexe Desjardins is located in the heart of  Montreal’s Quartier des Spectacles, we created a whimsical musician that embodies the holiday magic as well as the music that fills the district during festival season.

This project was a multidisciplinary challenge that produced un paralleled results; a Holiday decor had never had such an tremendous impact in the history of the Complexe Desjardins.

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