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WW1 galleries win at Museums & Heritage Awards 2015

mandh_awardslogoCasson Mann‘s exhibition design for the new WW1 galleries at the Imperial War Museum has won the best permanent exhibition category at the 2015 Museum & Heritage Awards. Judged by a panel of distinguished museum professionals, this award is keenly contested between some fantastic projects every year, so DHA was delighted when Casson Mann collected the award for their thoughtful and effective design, which has welcomed 1.4M visitors since it opened last year.

 

In a remarkable run, this is the fourth year in a row where the top prize in this category has been won by a design where DHA provided the lighting scheme:

2015 – WW1 galleries, for Casson Mann.

2014 – Mary Rose Museum for Land, Pringle Brandon & WEA.

2013 – National Museum of Scotland for RAA & Gareth Hopkins Architects

(Also highly commended for Treasures Gallery at the Natural History Museum)

2012 – William Morris Galleries for GUM

Before this, we have had shortlisted projects in this category in 2009, 2010 & 2011.

Everyman Theatre, Liverpool wins the Stirling Prize!

Congratulations to Steve Tompkins and his team at Haworth Tompkins Architects for winning this year’s Stirling Prize. Read the full article here or watch a BBC video here.

DHA Designs worked with HTA on the exterior and interior lighting design for the new theatre.

William Morris Gallery crowned Museum of the Year 2013

Less than two weeks after winning the Museums and Heritage Award for Best Permanent Exhibition, the William Morris Gallery has won Museum of the Year 2013, collecting the Art Fund’s £100,000 prize.

The lighting for the exhibition and welcome area was designed by dha design.

Watch the BBC footage here of the museum following its opening in August 2012

Riverside Museum, Glasgow wins European Museum of the Year

The Zaha Hadid designed Riverside Museum in Glasgow has won the European Museum of the Year Award 2013. The lighting design for the exhibition was designed by DHA Design in 2012.

The Riverside Museum demonstrates brilliantly how a specialist transport collection can renew its relevance through active engagement with wider social and universal issues. The EMYA 2013 Judging Panel agreed unanimously that the museum fulfils the EMYA criteria of ‘public quality’ at the highest level.