We specialise in the design and implementation of schemes of all sizes, from temporary displays consisting largely of 2D graphics through to permanent exhibitions and galleries comprising artefactual displays with cases, scenic environments, audio-visual presentations, hi-tech media and interactives.
We are fully up-to-date with current museum practice and sensitive towards the conservation needs of artefacts and collections. Erich Kadow and his associates offer the following design services:
Before a scheme can be fully implemented, design input is often required to support funding bid applications, to create a vision for the project, visualise how the scheme might appear when complete and establish what it all might cost.
Projects often require some initial planning to ensure that the design delivers the right content to the right audiences in the right way. We abide by MLA (Museums, Libraries & Archives Council) guidelines e.g. ‘Inspiring Learning for All’ to ensure that educational content is considered and appropriately structured.
In addition, in the case of listed buildings or scheduled monuments, we can assist with the planning process. Drawing up applications that are required whilst liaising with the relevant legislative bodies in order to arrive at a satisfactory solution and gain consent. Erich Kadow and his associates offer the following design services: