Bright White has designed The Battle of Bannockburn visitor centre based around a 30-player 3D battle game simulation.
World Conservation and Exhibitions Centre comprises new exhibition gallery which will host Vikings: Life and Legend.
Pending the approval of a Heritage Lottery Fund bid, an exhibition design team and an architectural team will embark on a major overhaul of the museum.
The ‘Toast-A-Cutter Army’ has been created for charity Help the Heroes.
Studio MB has designed a visitor experience telling the story of the King, whose remains were discovered in a Leicester car park.
Real Studios is working on a permanent exhibition at Shakespeare’s Birthplace in Stratford-upon-Avon.
A round-up of this week’s news in brief.
Nissen Richards Studio has created immersive scenes for the exhibition at IWM North.
Hemingway and the Blackburn is Open campaign aims to ‘wage a war’ on empty shops in the town.
The Natural History Museum’s new gallery features an earthquake simulator and a digitally created volcano.
Casson Mann is designing new First World War galleries for the London museum.
Rotterdam’s Kunsthal in The Netherlands has reopened, following an interior redesign by architect OMA, and new signage and graphics by consultancy Tel Design.
In advance of the Sochi Winter Olympics, we look at the branding and design of the modern Olympic movement.
The museum is seeking an exhibition designer to ‘turn an excellent museum into an outstanding one’.
English Heritage is seeking designers to work on a joint exhibition in London and Kent to mark the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo in 2015.