hsd was appointed by the Museum of Royal Worcester in February 2014, to assist with the Reinterpretation and Redisplay of the Museum of Royal Worcester.
Narrative development and exhibition design work supported the Museum’s Round II HLF bid for the ‘Celebrating 250 Years of Innovation, Industry and Craftsmanship’ project.
Following a successful funding award in February 2016, hsd were subsequently appointed to provide 3D technical design, public space and gallery layouts and project management services for the exhibition delivery phase of the scheme.
Working alongside Studio Savidge who were commissioned to provide graphic art direction, graphic design, brand articulation and colour consultancy.
The creative team have worked collaboratively and efficiently to deliver a step-change in the interpretative visitor experience offered at the Museum.
Visitors can now explore the layered stories of those who produced, desired and purchased Royal Worcester porcelain through an engaging and contemporary museum environment and stunning redisplay of the Museum’s world-class collections.
The museum has reopened for the public to enjoy, with official opening celebrations planned for Autumn 2018.