Initially istalled at At Bristol, the Jet Set Go was a touring exhibition that introduced children to the world of international travel, going through check-in, baggage and boarding through interactives and role-play. The fuselage of the aircraft was nearly the full length of Amalgam’s workshop and includes a huge hand-carved nosecone.
The set for Jet Set Go was one of the larger projects we’ve built over the years. Our workshop is well equipped to handle large setbuilding and exhibition fabrication projects, and the space is incredibly flexible allowing us to customise the layout around the build. Other projects we have built at large scales include the EDF Energy Interactives and the Aardman Thinking Cap.