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National Museum Unveils Dramatic Transformation


The National Museum of Scotland opened its doors in July after undergoing a £47.4m makeover. Architects, Gareth Hoskins, alongside exhibition designers, Ralph Appelbaum executed the ambitious three-year overhaul. ClickNetherfield was contracted by fit-out specialists, Beck Interiors to design and manufacture 168 showcases over 15 of the new galleries at the museum.

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Our Fibre Optic Head Just Got Better


Our in-house design engineers have recently redesigned fibre optic head, making it one of the most current and cutting edge fibre optic light heads designed for museum use on the market.

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Egypt Update


Our installers have recently returned from the site of the brand new Children’s Museum in Cairo, Egypt, having installed a total of 21 showcases (6 Monos, 2 Prisms, and 13 Vistas).

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Museum of Liverpool Opens Doors


The £72m Museum of Liverpool finally opened to the public yesterday. The 8,000 square metre building is the largest purpose-built museum in Britain for more than a century, and expects to attract 750,000 visitors every year.

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National Maritime Museum unveils new wing


The National Maritime Museum unveiled its brand new Sammy Ofer Wing yesterday, a massive £36.5 million project that aims to mark the beginning of a radical new era for the institution.

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Design Award for the Arctic Studies Center


Designer, Ralph Appelbaum Associates has won a Silver IDEA in the category of ‘Environments’ in the 2011 International Design Excellence Awards for their design of the Smithsonian Arctic Studies Center at Alaska’s Anchorage Museum. ClickNetherfield are proud to have played an integral role in this high profile project.

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The Bluebell Railway Museum Opens


The Bluebell Railway Museum was officially opened at Sheffield Park station on Thursday last week. ClickNetherfield provided a total of 17 showcases for the museum, a mixture of Prisms, Monos, and Incas.

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