A large proportion of our work involves contemporary exhibition design and the construction of bespoke furniture for exhibitions.

We can quickly and dramatically change the dynamics of a given space by installing temporary partition walls as screening devices, which alter the orientation through a space, construct a 'reveal', or contain a space for specialist lighting or audio visual presentation.

Additional walls can be used to discreetly house audio-visual equipment or to increase hanging space.

Bespoke plinths made in various materials and finishes ensure an appropriate display for sculptural objects, whilst custom-made vitrines provide a more controlled presentation, offering protection to vulnerable works.
Temporary partition walls within open-plan industrial building. These walls were used to screen-off areas, order and clean the space, define individual installations and contain differing light levels and sound. We also provided audio-visual installation and box plinth seating.
Client: The Arts Catalyst. 'Nuclear: Art and Radioactivity' exhibition, (pictured 'Half Life', by Chris Oakley) at Nichols and Clarke Building, Liverpool Street, London, 2008 (photo: Kristian Buus).