The interpretation is based around the idea of ‘discovering’ the Stonehenge-related pieces.
Trusts, foundations and individual donors have backed a spectacular refurbishment which sees space reclaimed and a new curatorial approach developed.
Aboud Creative and Richard Greenwood Partnership design Hello My Name is Paul Smith.
The exhibition marks the 300th anniversary of George I’s accession.
A round up of this week’s news in brief.
Casson Mann’s permanent flagship gallery looks at the role of the Royal Navy.
Thomas Heatherwick has unveiled more details of his ambitious £150 million London Garden Bridge proposal.
The exhibition, which opens next year will explore the impact of digital technology on the arts.
Heatherwick confirms appointment to project some reports are claiming will cost £46m
Modular five-year ‘Snowfall’ concept containing 750,000 LED Lights given go-ahead by the New West End Company.
Visitors will feel like they are stepping inside ‘the largest, most sophisticated and most powerful scientific device ever made’.
The display uses interactive films and real-life crashed cars.
Ben Kelly Design offers interpretation design to tell story of murder and skullduggery in London’s Lost Jewels exhibition.
Picture This exhibition looks at the artistic interpretation of the illustrator and their relationship with the story.
Branding for the new Paynes & Borthwick online gallery is inspired by gaming.