Content and Interpretation
Whether we’re creating an interpretive plan for a heritage site, re-imagining an object-rich gallery, or envisioning a brand new museum, our approach always involves respect for cultural heritage and an openness to involve visitors.
Interpretive Planning and Research
We develop visitor experiences by placing the audience at the heart of the project. We create stories and experiences that engage every visitor by creating a mix of exhibits, objects and interactives that are relevant to the audience and faithful to the vision, collection and objectives.
We develop narratives and exhibition content by working closely with curators, subject experts, academics and specialist researchers. We are experienced in identifying, sourcing and creating content – from the small artefacts and exhibits to major multimedia experiences.
We believe that audience research is central to understanding audience needs and aspirations. Putting the audience at the heart of a cultural project means continuous research and evaluation – before, during and after the development phases. We can carry out front-end, formative and summative evaluation using either quantitative or qualitative methodologies.
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Sheikh Abdullah Al Salem Cultural Centre
We have completed the world's largest museum project – a complex of four brand new museums in Kuwait City for which we developed the overall vision, led gallery and exhibit design, and created all content and interpretation.
Exhibition of the Enlightened King
We developed the content and scheme design for this exhibition telling the story of the 13th century Vietnamese King Tran Nhan Tong and the Vietnamese Buddhism Sect that he established.
Interpreting the Alamo
We're developing a Comprehensive Interpretive Masterplan for the Alamo, one of America's most iconic heritage sites. This includes content research, interpretive planning, collections development and museum masterplanning.