Imperial War Museum, London
A refurbishment of one of the principal galleries at the Imperial War Museum, which is a Grade II Listed building located in the Southwark Conservation Area. The project made the gallery ready for the installation of the Lord Ashcroft collection of Victoria and George Crosses.
The project focuses on improving the environmental performance of the gallery and thus the visitor experience. Improvements are achieved through the upgrading of the services strategy and the improvement of the air-tightness and thermal insulation of the building fabric.
The South façade now has a double glazed conservatory acting as a passive solar collector and all mechanical and electrical services have been replaced. New internal finishes coordinate with the exhibition displays.
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