“That's right, that's right, that's right, that's right, I really love your tiger light!" (Imagine the song in your head). Believe it or not, this image is us undertaking serious research for a concept scheme we've been developing for Shenzhen Science
Perhaps the least glamourous of the many things we do as designers but without doubt essential, we’ve just spent the last couple of days checking production drawings. This is for an exciting project in East Asia – we can’t release
Never disambiguate your front-rear confusions! Well, not if you’re dealing with dynamic binaural sound anyway. This is just one among many strange topics of conversation that have emerged as we wrestle with the beast that is Shenzhen Science and Technology Museum! Set
Those banks look natural, but are actually the site of an Iron Age promontory fort called The Rumps! The joy of working on a local project is making amazing discoveries about the heritage hidden in the landscape on our doorstep.
Our work on the new Shenzhen Science and Technology Museum is continuing with conceptual design schemes for the third-floor galleries. The content of the museum has been developed by the client and will be presented in a way that bucks the
We're delighted that the Buxton Crescent Heritage Experience has been shortlisted by The Association for Heritage Interpretation for the 2021 Engaging People Awards. To be one of the four projects on the shortlist (out of a record number of 56
Do you say ferntickles, murfles, brunny-spots or freckles? It’s been a pleasure working with the team at Leeds University to develop the visual identity for the Dialect and Heritage Project. The project centres on the Leeds Archive of Vernacular Culture (LAVC). The
Developing content for a new Heritage Hub in the Aurora Wellbeing Centre in Worksop has yielded many surprises about the town’s history. A manor house to rival Blenheim, liquorice gardens, an extraordinary journey of the Worksop Torso, an ancient Greek