130 years of heritage and 41 years of a unique artistic heritage: when Roland-Garros wanted to celebrate it with a museum, they turned to a dimension instead of a location.
Historic and elastic
The cloud meets the canvas with 42 unique artworks brought to life in the 3D Art Museum, a space that can host patrons from across the world digitally.
Walkthroughs and flythroughs
The art collective is navigable in two interactive journeys: guided and exploratory, mimicking the real-world experience of a museum visitor.
Educational and experiential
To improve accessibility of the art piece, the artist and the story behind the art, each poster comes with information displays and voice narration.
Enriching and amplifying
The museum builds a new perspective for the visitor while celebrating the artist, giving new life to the legacy that is woven into the tournament fabric.