Over 150 projects worldwide

We are proud to have transformed more than 150 public spaces and created unforgettable moments for millions of people around the world!

Discover the events that marked our 150th project

The cities of Ottawa, Canada, and Roanoke, USA, kicked off their winter festivals with a bang.

From January 31 to February 17, Ottawa’s Winterlude featured six installations in the ByWard Market and on Sparks Street. Creos has been a proud partner of Winterlude’s organizers for the past three years.

“We are proud to collaborate with Creos and present interactive sound and light installations
as part of Winterlude. Through these partnerships, Canadian Heritage is pursuing its goal of promoting an environment where Canadians can experience dynamic cultural expressions, celebrate our
history and heritage as well as build strong communities.”
– The Honourable Steven Guilbeault, Minister of Canadian Heritage

A first time

Downtown Roanoke, Virginia is featuring a Creos installation ─ Chimes, by Collectif Blackbox ─ for the very first time!

“We’ve been looking at ways, of course, to bring people downtown, stuff that’s unique and exciting. We’ve been looking at interactive art for a long period of time and finally, we were able to find something that would work for the space and a great partner to work with.”

– Jaime Clark, Downtown Roanoke

The Creos effect in numbers

  • A diversified portfolio including 16 unique installations, among which 6 new ones in 2019 
  • Installations having travelled worldwide: 50 cities, 11 countries, 4 continents
  • More than 3,000 days of one-of-a-kind experiences in different public spaces
  • Positive economic and social outcomes for all stakeholders
Winterlude photo credit:
Loop by Olivier Girouard, Jonathan Villeneuve et Ottoblix – Sparks Street © Canadian Heritage
Spectrum by HUB Studio – Sparks Street © Canadian Heritage
Iceberg by Atomic 3 – Sparks Street © Régis Proulx
Cycle by Serge Maheu – ByWard Market © Canadian Heritage
Les Luminuits by La Camaraderie – Sparks Street © Régis Proulx
Oscillation by Urban Conga – ByWard Market © Canadian Heritage