Exhibition Longlisted for the Dezeen Awards

‘Refugees – Forced to Flee’ – a temporary exhibition we created for IWM London – has been longlisted at the 2021 Dezeen Awards. More on this fascinating exhibition on the refugee experience here


Poetry in Motion

Great title and great review by Museums Journal of our labour-of-love project to bring the poetry of William Wordsworth and the lives of William and his sister Dorothy back to life at Wordsworth Grasmere.
‘The tension between visitor experience and conservation is a real challenge in historic houses and the approach here feels like a happy medium that could blaze the trail for other museums. This isn’t a memorial to a long-gone poet, it’s an opportunity to share that same sense of place.’

Reuniting Two Great Rubens Landscapes

Nissen Richards Studio has worked with The Wallace Collection on the historic reunion of two great masterpieces by Peter Paul Rubens, brought together for the first time in over two hundred years in the show ‘Rubens: Reuniting the Great Landscapes’. The paintings – ‘The Rainbow Landscape’ and ‘A View of het Steen in the Early Morning’ –form part of an exhibition at the Wallace Collection, with the former painting part of the Wallace’s collection and the latter on loan from The National Gallery.

A Museum for Now

We’re delighted to announce the launch of a new project we’re very passionate about – A Museum For Now – a new website and forum that looks at what museums could and should be, now and in the future. It takes the form of ideas and essays by our own team, along with some fascinating future visions conceived of by the postgraduate class we’ve been leading at the School of Art, Architecture and Design at London Metropolitan University. Further guest writers to be announced.