“The Art of Saving a Life” at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

3-LS was engaged by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to design, install, and manage a gallery of “The Art of Saving a Life” for exhibition at their Seattle campus.

“The Art of Saving a Life” at TEDMED 2015

3-LS was engaged by TEDMED to design, install, and manage a gallery of “The Art of Saving a Life” for the annual TEDMED conference in November 2015 in Palm Springs, CA.

Grand Challenges in Global Health Annual Meeting

Grand Challenges in Global Health is a research initiative launched by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation in search of innovative solutions to health problems in the developing world. Each year, [...]

“The Art of Saving a Life” at the GAVI Pledging Conference 2015

In January 2015, a high-level event hosted by the German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Berlin, Germany marked the culmination of Gavi, the Vaccine Alliance’s second replenishment for 2016–2020. [...]

The Skills Show

3-LS provided Technical Direction and On site Production Management for The Skills Show, the UK's national vocational skills competition and largest skills show.

Wall of Fame for /build conference 2014

As part of the 2014 Microsoft /build/ developer conference at the Moscone Center, San Francisco, 3-LS were asked to come up with an interactive element that would enable the windows and mobile [...]

Reinvent the Toilet Fair: India

In March of 2014, this three-day conference and expo in Delhi, India highlighted breakthroughs and challenges in urban sanitation in India and around the world. Forty-eight exhibitors showcased [...]

International Photo Exhibition for Shire

3-LS was initially asked to design and build a cost effective traveling photo exhibition highlighting 6 children suffering from 'Hunters Syndrome'. Due to the remarkable success of the initial [...]

The Operation Game

3-LS was asked to design and build a fun and engaging Interactive Game for Microsofts Wellness Center. Based on the Children's Game of OPERATION, but with new redesigned client specific [...]