Lecture Theatre Fit-Out Science Museum, London

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Dow Jones Architects was appointed to design the new Hans Rausing Lecture Theatre at the Science Museum in Kensington, London.

The project will be paid for by a donation from Tetra Pak billionaire Hans Kristian Rausing, and dedicated to his father, Hans Rausing KBE, in celebration of his 90th birthday.

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The project involves the fit out of the museums existing lecture theatre.  The works will entail the strip out of the existing space to enable a new fit out to include new floors and wall finishes, new lighting and emergency lighting, data, telecoms and power, new AV/ICT services, new security and access system and storage requirements.  In addition, works will be undertaken to the foyer/entrance area to the lecture theatre: to relocate the suspended pendulum in the museum; the installation of a new suspended light dial below the pendulum; placement of new seating and the installation of specially commissioned art work.

Stroma Tech provided the provision of principal designer consultancy services to the appointed ‘Principal Designer’ for the pre-construction phase of the works.

 

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Lecture Theatre Fit-Out Science Museum, London
2017-01-12T15:36:36+00:00
Michele Jolly