Craft & Graft: Making Science Happen   Exhibition design, Francis Crick Institute, London, 2018   Craft & Graft takes a look behind the scenes at the Crick Insitute, Britain’s biggest laboratory facilities. This exhibition attempts to turn the laboratories inside out to provide the public with a glimpse at the technicians’ work.  In collaboration with the Crick and Plaid London, we developed a strong utilitarian and modular exhibition design. Graphics and colours are informed by our observations of the laboratory facilities which in combination with photography participate in creating immersive environments. One to one images are printed on perforated pegboard to provide backdrops for the diorama boxes while banners dropping from the ceiling help to create privacy from viewers in the street. Bold floor graphics are used as a navigation system as well as linking all the different stories together.  Project completed with Plaid London Photography: Courtesy of Thomas S.G. Farnetti/Wellcome 2018

Craft & Graft: Making Science Happen
Exhibition design, Francis Crick Institute, London, 2018

Craft & Graft takes a look behind the scenes at the Crick Insitute, Britain’s biggest laboratory facilities. This exhibition attempts to turn the laboratories inside out to provide the public with a glimpse at the technicians’ work.

In collaboration with the Crick and Plaid London, we developed a strong utilitarian and modular exhibition design. Graphics and colours are informed by our observations of the laboratory facilities which in combination with photography participate in creating immersive environments. One to one images are printed on perforated pegboard to provide backdrops for the diorama boxes while banners dropping from the ceiling help to create privacy from viewers in the street. Bold floor graphics are used as a navigation system as well as linking all the different stories together.

Project completed with Plaid London
Photography: Courtesy of Thomas S.G. Farnetti/Wellcome 2018

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  Craft & Graft: Making Science Happen   Exhibition design, Francis Crick Institute, London, 2018   Craft & Graft takes a look behind the scenes at the Crick Insitute, Britain’s biggest laboratory facilities. This exhibition attempts to turn the laboratories inside out to provide the public with a glimpse at the technicians’ work.  In collaboration with the Crick and Plaid London, we developed a strong utilitarian and modular exhibition design. Graphics and colours are informed by our observations of the laboratory facilities which in combination with photography participate in creating immersive environments. One to one images are printed on perforated pegboard to provide backdrops for the diorama boxes while banners dropping from the ceiling help to create privacy from viewers in the street. Bold floor graphics are used as a navigation system as well as linking all the different stories together.  Project completed with Plaid London Photography: Courtesy of Thomas S.G. Farnetti/Wellcome 2018
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Craft & Graft: Making Science Happen
Exhibition design, Francis Crick Institute, London, 2018

Craft & Graft takes a look behind the scenes at the Crick Insitute, Britain’s biggest laboratory facilities. This exhibition attempts to turn the laboratories inside out to provide the public with a glimpse at the technicians’ work.

In collaboration with the Crick and Plaid London, we developed a strong utilitarian and modular exhibition design. Graphics and colours are informed by our observations of the laboratory facilities which in combination with photography participate in creating immersive environments. One to one images are printed on perforated pegboard to provide backdrops for the diorama boxes while banners dropping from the ceiling help to create privacy from viewers in the street. Bold floor graphics are used as a navigation system as well as linking all the different stories together.

Project completed with Plaid London
Photography: Courtesy of Thomas S.G. Farnetti/Wellcome 2018

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