Opening at the Wallace Collection

Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company, guest-curated by renowned writer and historian William Dalrymple, has opened at the Wallace Collection, with exhibition and graphic design by Nissen Richards Studio. The exhibition features, for the first time in the UK, the Indian master painters originally commissioned by officials from the East India Company in the late eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, recognising them as among the greatest masterpieces of Indian painting.


London Design Awards Double Success      

Nissen Richards Studio has taken Gold and Silver at this year’s London Design Awards. Two of the studio’s London exhibition design projects were named winners in the ‘Pop Ups, Display, Exhibit & Set Design’ category: ‘An Enquiring Mind: Manolo Blahnik at the Wallace Collection’ took Gold, whilst ‘Victoria: Woman and Crown’ at Kensington Palace took Silver.


Your Stonehenge 150 Years of Personal Photos

We have designed a special exhibition at Stonehenge, which has been created using photos taken by visitors over the years. It creates a wonderful social history of Stonehenge, and also charts the changing technology of photography.


The Museum of Lost and Found Potential  

To coincide with World Mental Health Day, ‘The Museum of Lost & Found Potential’ has opened in Covent Garden – a temporary exhibition revealing the stark and powerful picture of potential lost across the world to people, families, communities, businesses and society due to neglected mental health and suicide. The week-long exhibition will then go on tour internationally.