Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries open at Westminster Abbey

DHA Designs have completed the lighting design for the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee Galleries in the triforium space at Westminster Abbey. Set more than 50ft above the Abbey floor, the medieval Triforium has never been open to the public before. Over 300 treasures from the Abbey’s collection will illustrate the rich thousand-year history of the institution.

Read The Times 5-star review here.

Read The Guardian’s review here.

The galleries open to the public on 11 June 2018.

 

 

DHA, GDPR & your data

The new data protection regulations are not exactly the most exciting thing to be found in the design world at the moment, but DHA are committed to keeping our clients’ data as safe and secure as we can.

 

We are registered with the Information Commissioner’s Office, and our registration & contact details can be found on their website, under the certificate number ZA393143.

We have also updated our privacy policy in line with the new regulations, and a copy is available to you under the downloads section, here on our website.

‘The Future Starts Here’ at the V&A opens – Exhibition lighting by DHA Designs

DHA designs have completed work on ‘The Future Starts Here’ at the Victoria and Albert Museum. 

It marks the first time the museum has dedicated a display to the topic of the future. It is also the first major exhibition produced by the V&A’s Contemporary Architecture, Design and Digital team.

The exhibition features more than 100 designs of today, picked by the curators because they suggest what our near future might look like.

 

Visitors to The Future Starts Here will encounter the objects displayed across four zones, each dedicated to a different theme in tech — self, public, planet and afterlife.

The design for these zones are by Spanish architect Andrés Jaque’s Office for Political Innovation

 

‘Rodin and the art of ancient Greece’ – Lighting by DHA Designs

DHA Designs recently completed lighting ‘Rodin and the art of ancient Greece’ at the British Museum.

 

 

 

 

 

The exhibition explores how the French sculptor visited the Museum in 1881 and was inspired by the Parthenon sculptures on display.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Working on such an exhibition was incredible and we are thrilled that it has been described as having ‘perfect lighting’ by The Guardian.