We produced an engaging and immersive visitor experience. Our approach was to apply precision engineering, using polished plasters, anodized and powder coated metalwork, valchromat and corian. The end result reflects the quality, heritage and engineering technology that makes Triumph the world class motorcycle manufacturer that it is today.
Triumph Motorcycle Museum
SBID - Public Space Design Winner 2018
Precision engineering delivers a five-star visitor centre
Triumph invited us to deliver this £500k set-work package on the new visitor centre.
The Jewish Museum, Camden, London: “Realm Projects stood out because of their attention to detail and experience along with the excellent references we received.”
Visions of Saturn Exhibition, National Maritime Museum: “I have had very many enthusiastic comments from staff all over the museum, ranging from Directors to the Gallery Attendants. This response is in no small part due to the efforts on the build, which everyone agrees looks fantastic. Thanks again for your help and for turning it around so efficiently.”
Lady Lever Art Gallery, National Museums Liverpool: “Nothing seemed too much trouble and we worked well in partnership. Realm Projects genuinely seemed to understand the common goal and it can be seen in the success of the gallery.”
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