One of our most enduring cultural institutions, museums demand the highest standards of display aesthetics, security and visitor safety.
Museum exhibitions are among the most complex of interior projects. They can incorporate many custom-made display structures, along with sophisticated lighting, advanced interactive technology, robust security systems, and effective yet unobtrusive health protection and safety measures.
Commissioning a partner you can trust to work harmoniously with multiple stakeholders, and to source, fabricate and install the hundreds of components that will come together to form a unified display, is essential to the smooth progress of your project. Often important too is their ability to work safely in a constrained environment where access may be limited or where nearby exhibits are still operational.
Our experience in this specialist field includes displays of precious stones, iconic automotive design, Gothic art, and the craft of silversmithing. Our installations have featured at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London; the Natural History Museum, London; the Museum of Transport, Coventry; Somerset House, London; and the National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh.
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