Tunnel Archaeology Exhibition Wins Royal Historical Society Prize

We are thrilled that the exhibition we designed for the Museum of London Docklands and Crossrail: ‘Tunnel: The Archaeology of Crossrail’ won the Royal Historical Societies Museum and Exhibitions Award last night. Our designs can still be seen in this interactive website here. We really enjoyed working on this exhibition, with wide ranging content – that was uncovered during the Crossrail build.

January 27, 2018

Grange Hall Announced as Gold Winner for Best Renovation at WhatHouse? Awards 2017

We are delighted that our housing project for Cubitt Greystock was awarded Gold Winner at the WhatHouse? Awards 2017. See more about the project here.

November 18, 2017

Listed Building Consent for National Waterways Museum Gloucester

Further to the completion of our internal refurbishment and reinterpretation of the museum collection last year, we have now obtained planning permission and listed building consent for a new double height entrance extension to the front of the Grade II Listed Llanthony Warehouse on Gloucester Docks. Construction is due to commence on site in early January 2018 with completion prior to Easter.

November 12, 2017

New Major Gallery Refurbishment and Display at the British Museum

We are extremely proud to have designed the Sir Joseph Hotung Gallery of China and South Asia at the British Museum. We worked as architects, exhibition designers, and graphic designers on this major refurbishment that was opened yesterday by Her Majesty The Queen. Phased public opening of the gallery begins today and the full suite of galleries will be open from 14 December 2017.

November 10, 2017

Office Portait

We love the new urban portrait taken by Sean Pines for us – by the canal in Haggerston. It marks a recent expansion of the studio, to work on all of our fantastic projects!

November 5, 2017

Tove Jansson Exhibition at Dulwich Picture Gallery

We hugely enjoyed working on this exhibition about the Finnish illustrator Tove Jansson that we designed at the Dulwich Picture Gallery that opened this week; and it includes her beautiful illustrations, graphics, paintings and drawings as well as her sketches of the Moomin characters. Read more here.

October 30, 2017

Sutton Hoo Receives HLF Grant

We have been working with the National Trust at Sutton Hoo and are thrilled that this major project has today received a National Lottery grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund. We look forwards to continuing working on this extraordinary and unique project. This image shows our designs for the observation tower that give views to the entire burial ground, and to the River Deben.

October 3, 2017

Hajj: Memories of a Journey Exhibition

We have designed a major exhibition that has now opened at the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi, Hajj: Memories of a Journey. This fascinating exhibition showcases artefacts from around the world, historic photographs, multi-media displays, and commissioned contemporary installations that tells the story and historical context of Hajj. Read more here.

October 3, 2017

The Courtauld Institute of Art

We are delighted to be appointed as Gallery Design Consultant for The Courtauld Institute of Art on their scheme to refurbish and remodel the North Block of Somerset House – part of a programme of HLF supported works entitled Courtauld Connects. We are working on the concept design for the display of the permanent collection of The Courtauld Gallery housed within the historic spaces at Somerset House originally occupied by the Royal Academy of Arts, Royal Society and Society of Antiquities. We are thrilled to be working with such an extraordinary collection and world-leading art institution.

September 28, 2017

Electricity Exhibition Opens at the Teylers Museum

The exhibition we designed, Electricity: The Spark of Life, opens tonight at the Teylers Museum, Netherlands, after it’s successful run at the Wellcome Collection in London. We are looking forward to see how it has been transformed in it’s new setting. Read more here.

July 25, 2017