For the reopening of the Musée de l’Homme in 2015, our team made and installed the mounts for around 1000 objects. The mounts were designed so the museum staff could easily remove and reinstall them. We handled a wide diversity of objects, mainly prehistoric and ethnological ones. Among them, around 20 human and animal skulls, 3 skeletons and a variety of bones. Aïnu also made a large contribution to the scenography of the permanent and temporary exhibitions.
In 2014, our team worked for the opening of the Musée des Confluences in Lyon, where we installed our mobile workshop. Prehistorical animal’s skeletons where among the objects we mounted. To name a few: a mammoth, a tigre, a megaloceros and a mericoidodon. When fabricating a mount for cumbersome pieces like a mammoth, our team works hand in hand with a structural engineering consulting firm.