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National Museum of Flight

Client: Museums of Scotland

The success of our two permanent military-themed exhibitions for the Museum of Scotland’s National Museum of Flight at East Fortune Airfield, lead to a third project.

Fortunes of War, set in a First World War Nissen hut, is styled on a military planning facility with animated maps, showcases, archive film footage, projections and interactives conveying the role this airfield and its personnel played in both the First and Second World Wars.  Fantastic Flight is set in a maintenance workshop, designed to look like an active site for repairs and experiments, while hands-on interactives demonstrate the principles of flight and aircraft design.


707 celebrates the development of that iconic aircraft. Using the nose cone of a Boeing 707, we created a hands-on, immersive and interactive experience. One side of the craft is a recreated interior complete with ‘in-flight entertainment’ monitor – the other shows the combination of complex aeronautical engineering and manufacturing technology which made this plane possible.

Our role:

  • Interpretation masterplanning

  • Exhibition design

  • Lighting design with DHA Designs

  • Graphic design with Surface 3

  • Software design concept & creative direction

  • Overseeing installation

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