Supporting the narrative, enhancing content and strengthening the entire visitor experience, not just gallery spaces, is our primary focus when developing exhibition lighting schemes for museum projects.
From international museums with multiple galleries to small temporary exhibitions, we consider and support the wider context from arrival areas, light adaptation, wayfinding, to how the public interacts with the content on display.
The most important element of working within exhibition and museum space is to respect the displayed artefacts and work in collaboration with conservation teams to ensure that the design solutions (including the use of natural daylight) are well considered within their immediate environment.
The team also work in collaboration with operators and maintenance teams to reduce running costs and reduce disruption when accessing lighting equipment.
Our ‘whole museum approach’ ensures we are onsite focusing and commissioning all of the lighting at the very end of the project.
– Saudi Science Centres, Saudi Arabia
– Disobedient Objects, V&A, London, UK
– Interactive Gallery, Science Museum, London
– Brooklands, UK
– Advertising, Guinness Storehouse, Dublin, Ireland
– National Media Museum, Bradford, UK
– James Joyce, Dublin, Ireland
– Following Hercules, Fitzwilliam Musuem, Cambridge
– Van Gogh Travelling Exhibition, Worldwide
– Michael Rosen, Discover, London
– National Centre of Children’s Books, Newcastle
– Lavazza Experience, Turin, Italy