National Maritime Museum plots £3.9m West Wing refurb

London’s National Maritime Museum is seeking exhibition designers as it plans a £3.9 million refurbishment of its West Wing.

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Source: Aditya

The project will see two floors of the wing redesigned and transformed into new galleries and circulation spaces.

As part of this, the museum is seeking to appoint designers to work on 3D, 2D, graphic and lighting designs for the new permanent galleries. An architect team will also be appointed to the project.

The work is part of a wider masterplan and follows projects such as the museum’s new Nelson Navy Nation permanent gallery, designed by Casson Mann.

The deadline for receipt of tenders or requests to participate is 11 February. For more information and to apply, visit ted.europa.eu.

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