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Mary Rose Museum shortlisted for Museum of the Year 2014

The Mary Rose Museum in Portsmouth has been shortlisted for the Art Fund Prize for Museum of the Year 2014, along with five other museums. The judges will announce the winner at the awards ceremony on 09 July in London. DHA Designs designed the lighting for the museum, winning the Public Building category of this years Lighting Design Awards.

 

Mary Rose Museum wins Civic Trust Award & Michael Middleton Special Award

We are delighted to hear that the new Mary Rose Museum at Portsmouth’s Historic Dockyard, lit by DHA Designs, has won both the Civic Trust Award and the Michael Middleton Special Award.

Mary Rose Museum

 

This prestigious award is a memorial and tribute to Michael Middleton CBE, who established the Civic Trust Awards in 1959 and is awarded to a restoration project or new build within a conservation area.

Congratulations to the architects Wilkinson Eyre Architects and Pringle Brandon Perkins + Wills, together with the team at the Mary Rose Trust.

DHA ‘highly commended’ at the 2013 Lux Awards

The DHA team were pleased to receive a ‘Highly Commended‘ for their Museum of Childhood lighting scheme at the 2013 Lux Awards, presented at the Westminster Bridge Park Plaza on the 21st November.

The Lux Awards are presented annually by Lux Magazine across seventeen categories that range from product design to completed schemes in a number of different environments and decided upon by a jury of industry peers.

More information on our scheme for the V&A‘s Museum of Childhood can be found on our project pages.

DHA wins Outdoor Project of the Year at 2013 Lux Awards

The DHA Designs team were delighted to win the Outdoor Lighting Project of the Year category at the 2013 Lux Awards, presented at the Park Plaza hotel on the 21st November. The judges praised the scheme for its ‘simplicity and sympathy with the architecture of the building’. The award was won against a strong shortlist of other schemes.

The Lux Awards are presented annually by Lux Magazine across seventeen categories that range from product design to completed schemes in a number of different environments and decided upon by a jury of industry peers.

More information on our lighting scheme for the Science Museum, and how it came about, can be found on our pages for the project.