Recent projects

  • Horniman Museum and Gardens, Collections People Stories, UK, 2017
  • Natural History Museum, Venom:Killer and cure exhibition, UK, 2017
  • Victoria and Albert Museum – table display cases for National Art Gallery, UK, 2017
  • Victoria and Albert Museum – modular cases for Sainsbury Gallery, UK, 2017
  • National Maritime Museum, Queen’s House, UK, 2016
  • National Maritime Museum, Royal Observatory Greenwich, Observatory Life Exhibition, UK, 2016
  • Kirkleatham Museum, Bellamy Pavilion, UK, 2016
  • Hampton Court Palace, Wolsey Closet Project, UK, 2016
  • Hampton Court Palace, Bed Niche Project, UK, 2016
  • University of Glasgow, Crichton Campus, Dumfries, UK, 2016
  • The Word, Central Library and Digital Media Centre, South Shields, UK, 2016
  • National Museum of Ireland, Proclaiming a Republic: The 1916 Rising Exhibition, Ireland, 2015-2016
  • The Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, Swansea, UK, 2015-2016
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, Cast Court Gallery, UK, 2015-2016
  • Wrest Park Visitor Centre, English Heritage, UK, 2015
  • Internationales Maritimes Museum Hamburg, Germany, 2015
  • Tintagel Castle Visitor Centre, English Heritage, UK, 2015
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, The Robert H.N. Ho Gallery, UK, 2015
  • Science Museum of Virginia, Speed Exhibition, USA, 2015
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, Bejewelled Treasures Exhibition: The Al Thani Collection, UK, 2015
  • National Museum of Art of Bucharest, Oriental Art Gallery and European Decorative Art Gallery, 2014-2015
  • Victoria and Albert Museum, modulare display cases, Wedding Dresses Exhibition, UK, 2014-2015
  • Cyprus Archaeological Museum, Cyprus, 2014
  • Hampton Court Palace, Glorious Georges Exhibition, UK, 2014
  • Hampton Court Palace, Cumberland Art Gallery, UK, 2014
  • Hampton Court Palace, Secrets of the Royal BedchamberExhibition, UK, 2013


Fashion Temporary Exhibitions Space at V&A Museum

The newest trend in exhibition spaces is to have reconfigurable galleries in order to be able to redesign the display area using the same display units for different temporary exhibitions.

The latest display case system that accomplished these requirements was engineered and build by our team for the Fashion Temporary Exhibition Space at Victoria & Albert Museum. This system is now preparing for its forth temporary exhibition.

The specially designed  3000 x 2000 x 2850 (H) mm display cases allow for more flexibility in gallery configuration:
modules can be used individually
or combined to make display areas of varying sizes.