Thursday, 25 February 2016

Shed Project at the National Maritime Museum

I was asked to design/build a series of 'shed' structures for the retail space to accompany the Samuel Pepys: Plague, Fire, Revolution exhibition at the National Maritime Museum. Here are a few work-in-progess pictures from the project...
above: my workshop ceiling height wasn't tall enough for this project so i had to make everything as a giant jigsaw. three main structures, red, white and grey.
...delivery day, spot the van
above and below: some images of the structures in place before product placement, the third grey structure is out of shot around the back of the lift...
designed as simple frames with window and door details for people to wander through with build in hanging rails, shelves and free standing tables
 below: a detail picture with some product in place, fire of London buckets and ladders...

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