Alin Tocmacov is an exhibit and experience designer with two decades’ background leading multi-disciplinary creative teams for cultural and commercial clients in Europe, the Middle East, Canada and the United States. He joined C&G Partners in 2014, where he manages major museum projects for the firm’s cultural clients. His projects focus on the “phygital,” the intersection between physical and digital design experiences.
Significant cultural projects and clients include the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa, the Dutch National Museum of Antiquities in Leiden, the Scheepvaart Maritime Museum in Amsterdam, and the National Children’s Museum in Amman (for Her Majesty Queen Rania of Jordan). More recent projects would include the Museum of America and the Sea in Mystic Seaport, Connecticut, the Fort McHenry Visitor Center in Baltimore (for the National Park Service), and the National Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, which opened in June 2014.
Prior to joining the firm, Alin worked at Rockwell Group with some of the world’s most renowned brands, including Google, Coca-Cola and Swarovski, creating experiences that translate brands’ core values into inspiring environments.
Originally from Switzerland, Alin has a Master’s degree of Architecture from the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne. His career began with the founding of his own design studio, aiming to bridge the gap between the two-dimensional world of visual media and spatial environments. After a half-decade based in the United Kingdom as a senior exhibit designer with Haley Sharpe, he relocated to the United States in 2006. Alin is a member of the Society of Experiential Graphic Design and the American Alliance of Museums.