We are delighted to have been chosen as design consultants to help Fremington Quay in North Devon to develop a brand new visitor attraction. Fremington Quay has long been popular with locals and tourists due to its location on the Tarka Trail and successful cafe. The centre aims to make visitors aware of the history of this once busy shipping port through engaging and creative interpretive ideas suitable for all the family.
We are absolutely delighted to be working with Lyme Regis Museum in the development of their brand new Geology Gallery. The new gallery scheme is part of the museums new Mary Anning Wing extension project.
Smith and Jones Design Consultants are working with the Pioneer Sailing Trust in Essex, on the development of an exciting temporary exhibition at the Cutty Sark in London.
An ambitious £4 million regeneration programme by the Underfall Yard Trust starts this spring, with a brand new visitor centre due to open soon.
Welsh Water are currently investing heavily in a brand new visitor centre at Llandegfedd Reservoir in South Wales.
The renovation of the hundred year old ‘Iron Store’, the only surviving example of an original building made of corrugated iron on Dartmoor is now complete!
As part of this substantial restoration project, Smith and Jones were commissioned to developed a highly interactive, and content filled scheme for the interior of the Guildhall.
We are delighted to have been chosen as design consultants to help Fremington Quay in North Devon to develop a brand new visitor attraction.
Smith and Jones have been chosen as the museum designers for this exciting project due to our highly interactive, and content filled scheme.
Dorking Museum, which is owned by Dorking and District Preservation Society and run by volunteers, opened in October 2012.
The delightful Hestercombe Gardens near Taunton in Somerset has chosen Smith and Jones to develop and implement a site wide interpretive scheme.