The National War Museum tells the story of Fort St Elmo’s rich and varied history, including the dramatic Great Ottoman Siege of 1565 and Malta’s pivotal role in World War II for which its citizenry were awarded the George Cross. Sarner helped transform this historical gem into an outstanding tourist attraction. Underground spaces relate dramatic moments in history and through story-telling celebrate the place and its people.
Services- Project Engineering & Technical Design - Lighting, Audio, Video, Network Design - Writing & Content Development - Media & Film Production - Interactive Technologies - Graphics - Lighting - Audiovisual - Languages & Multinational Support - Art Direction - Programming - Installation
AwardsTripAdvisor - Travellers’ Choice
Collaborating with Heritage Malta – the island’s national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage – The Grand Harbour Regeneration Corporation invested €15.5 million in Malta’s star fort in its capital Valletta – Fort St Elmo – so that its heritage and stories can be shared and remembered, thanks to thoughtfully crafted content-led immersive design.
In what is one of the most compelling and exciting installations of multimedia technology to date, Sarner created and installed 700 graphics panels and content for over 100 audiovisual productions. Sarner also delivered and installed all of the audio visual equipment, showcasing Sarner’s technological expertise whilst telling these important stories of the past through modern mediums. The AV experiences are innovative and visually striking, with the textures and the surfaces of historic fort matching the style of the projections, so that visitors lose that definition of where the video stops and the actual space begins.