We are delighted to have made a start on the Interpretation Design Plan for Cyfarthfa Castle in Merthyr Tydfil, South Wales. Working with conservation architects Purcell, we are planning and designing the refurbished galleries for the largest regional museum in Wales.
The Museums Assocation Journal has published a positive review of Luton Culture's Wardown House Museum and Gallery. We worked with Luton Culture on the exhibition design, interpretation and graphic design. The October 2017 review, written by Frazer Swift, stated that
Imagemakers has been commissioned to plan, design and deliver a new scheme of interpretation for Gloucester Cathedral's Project Pilgrim. In developing this we have been mindful of balancing faith-based and heritage stories, as well as being accessible to a broad
Over 2,500 people attended the grand re-opening of Weston Museum on Saturday 26 August 2017. Having been closed for two years during the refurbishment, reviews on Trip Advisor of the refreshed museum speak for themselves: "Our first visit to the museum today
Imagemakers are working with the Jewry Wall Museum's curator on their museum refurbishment project. The museum is home to Roman archaeology collections and fascinating artefacts from other eras. The Jewry Wall, within the museum grounds, is one of Leicester’s most
The London Borough Harrow Council appointed Imagemakers to interpret the story of Harrow and Headstone Manor. We have previously completed the interpretation and build of the visitor centre. This includes introductory displays to the remainder of the experience which will be
Buxton Crescent and Thermal Spa Heritage Trust has commissioned Imagemakers to plan, design and deliver the interpretation of Buxton Crescent. This superb Georgian building sits at the heart of Buxton and, after many decades of decay, is being restored as a