How do the miles of underground tunnels cross London and get the passengers where they need to be? We created some simple, hands-on interactive exhibits to help the visitor understand some of the many complex things that go on behind the scenes and under the ground
Find out more about the hidden history of the dis-used underground stations of London. Test your skills as a wartime telephone exchange operator or try your hand at piecing tile fragments back together
Hidden London won the Temporary or Touring Exhibition of the Year category at the 18th annual Museums + Heritage Awards
On the wild west coast of Ireland in beautiful scenery this visitor centre is a gateway to the national park. The existing exhibition has been in for a number of years and was due a refresh. We added some new interactive exhibits and repaired and enhanced some of the existing exhibits.
London Zoo is one of the UK’s most popular tourist attractions and they like keep the visitor experience fresh. We have added hands on interactive exhibits to enhance the visitor experience at various new animal enclosures.
Minibeasts in the insect house. How do other creatures see compared to how we see?
The ranger’s hut is themed like a real hut deep in the Indian jungle. See how the rangers are trained then test yourself answering the lion hotline.
Are you stronger than a tiger or smarter then a lemur? Some simpler temporary exhibits designed to be fun to use, robust but easy to pack away.
The Landguard Visitor Centre is a new visitor centre focusing on the five attractions on Landguard Peninsula. It is packed with information about the Port of Felixstowe, Landguard fort and museum, the nature reserve and the bird observatory. We worked for WWT Consulting , who developed the content, we designed, built and installed a range of interactive exhibits and graphics. The whole exhibition was created to a very tight budget but still manages to vibrantly fill the space and engage visitors at this popular visitor centre
A purpose built visitor centre in Tralee, Co. Kerry. Designed to be hub for tourists to introduce them to the wildlife delights of the region, this visitor centre opened in May 2012. There is an interactive bird hide to allow you get a great view of the local wildlife… even out of season. Touchscreen computer consoles are filled with fascinating information and offer a range of languages to the international visitors. There is an immersive film and lots of hands-om interaction. The whole space is filled with vibrant graphics and shapes to really bring the local wildlife to life. Recycled and sustainably sourced materials where used throughout the exhibition
Working for WWT Consulting, who developed the site from the concept plan through to installation, we designed and built a wide range of interactive exhibits, graphics and setwork.