Edward Bawden and Tiepolo at the Dulwich Picture Gallery

We are delighted to have designed two exhibitions that are currently on at the Dulwich Picture Gallery. The stunning Edward Bawden exhibition displaying his bold and graphic works pictured here, as well as the exhibition ‘Rediscover: Tiepolo’s Joseph Receiving Pharoh’s Ring’ that explores this painting focusing on techniques and details.

Photo by Gareth Gardner.

August 14, 2018


Finalist for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2018

We are thrilled that we are finalists for the AJ Retrofit Awards 2018 with the Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery of China and South Asia at the British Museum where we worked on the architecture, exhibition 2D and 3D design. We look forward to finding out the results in September!

July 11, 2018


Justice in the Balance

This permanent exhibition has now opened at the Shire Hall, Historic Courthouse Museum in Dorset, and runs through the whole listed building; connecting a series of new and existing spaces that we have brought to life through layers of interpretation, objects and films. We also worked on the branding, and designed a website to accompany the experience too that you can view here.  We enjoyed bringing out the latent stories in each room, from the cells, waiting rooms, to the courthouse itself.

July 3, 2018


Great Exhibition of the North

We are honoured to be a part of the Great Exhibition of the North in Newcastle, which opened last week across the city. We designed two exhibitions – firstly ‘Which Way North’ at the Great North Museum, Hancock highlighting northern creativity, innovation and industrial heritage right the way through the museum through it’s different galleries; and also ‘It’s Rocket Science’ at the Discovery Museum celebrating the return of the iconic Stephenson’s Rocket to Newcastle. The exhibitions are bold and colourful, in the spirit of a museum takeover during the expo.

July 3, 2018


Scheduled Monument Consent Granted For Sutton Hoo

We are delighted that our exciting proposals for National Trust comprising a new viewing tower and landscaped route through and around the Anglo Saxon Royal Burial Grounds at Sutton Hoo has achieved Scheduled Monument Consent and Planning Permission. A HLF stage 2 application is currently being collated and we hope to start work on the next phase in late 2017.

May 3, 2017


Powis Castle Exhibition

An new exhibition ‘House of Portraits’ has opened at Powis Castle and Gardens for the National Trust. We designed a series of interventions throughout the castle that showcase the beautiful paintings of its collection in new ways, and explore our own relationship to portraiture. The centrepiece is a miniature by Isaac Oliver of Edward Herbert. Read more here.

 

March 29, 2018


Creek Road Receives Planning Permission

Planning permission was granted last night for our mixed use scheme on Creek Road in Greenwich. The proposals include commercial and retail units at ground and basement levels, with a variety of residential units above. The volume of the building is sculpted to respond to its urban location, with balconies cut into the mass and fourth floor is set back to break down the overall massing. The façade relief is detailed to express the masonry frame and produce an elegant composition using high quality materials and robust detailing.

May 3, 2017


Printworks New Venue Open

The new live music space that we helped create at Printworks, Canada Water opened on Friday, with headliners Django Django performing live on stage. Read what’s on here.

March 28, 2018


Roses Creative Awards 2017: Finalist

We are delighted to be a Roses Creative Awards 2017 Finalist for our exhibition design for the National Waterways Museum, Gloucester.

 

April 11, 2017


National Waterways Museum, Gloucester

Our extension to the Grade II Listed Llanthony Warehouse creating a new main entrance to the National Waterways Museum at  Gloucester docks, is now taking shape

March 28, 2018