A practice borne out of a desire to provide a personal, high quality and professional service to clients backed
by a wealth of experience and a
hands-on, can-do attitude.
We design buildings, objects and exhibits that function well but also delight those who experience them.
We relish the challenges that come from working on a very diverse range
of projects in the UK and abroad
and we are able to bring experiences from one type of project
We work tirelessly to exceed client expectations in all aspects of our work.
We enjoy what we do and believe that our clients should also enjoy the experience of working together
through the creative process.
Bristol Aquarium was a £4 million conversion of the former Wildwalk building for Aspro UK.
Working closely with the client we developed a concept for the aquarium that takes visitors on a journey through both familiar and more exotic habitats where they encounter some of the wondeful animals that inhabit the waters of the world, large and small
An extremely complex and challenging project undertaken on a very demanding programme.
We were responsible for the building and exhibit design.
Blue Planet Aquarium was our first major UK aquarium. This 8,000 sq.m aquarium has retained its popularity as a major visitor attraction since
opening in 1997.
We continue to work with
Deep Sea Lesiure plc in upgrading
and improving the permanent exhibitions and facilities.
This £17 million project was constructed, commissioned and opened in 18 months from
start on site.
The Horniman Museum was one of the first institutions in the world to exhibit aquaria and has progressively upgraded its facilities over the last 100 years. We were asked to create a new family oriented aquarium gallery in a basement area of the museum that had been used as a library and archive.
The new aquarium was engineered to fit within a relatively small space but to prvide a diverse, exciting and interactive experience for visitors.
This £1.4 million project was shortlisted for the Gulbenkian Museum awards and also credited with substantially increasing visitor numbers to the museum as a whole.