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As experience makers and strategists, we’re always on the lookout for how people and places are evolving. We watch the trends that are rapidly impacting the wider world — big data, political insecurity, wellness — and try to predict what form they’ll take in the cultural sector, but we also peer inside our weird and wonderful world itself to spot the unique trends taking hold.
So far this year, we’ve been soaking in the brightest ideas from trade shows and industry
We've been appointed to Coventry Cathedral for phase one of their masterplanning project. Having worked with Leicester Cathedral during 2018 on their major HLF capital project, it is a delight to move on to a different but equally exciting ecclesiastical project.
‘Through inventiveness, expertise and above all, a sense of adventure, Brooklands changed the world. Building on that amazing legacy, we will use those qualities to inspire future generations to shape their world’
It was back in 2012 that we worked with Brooklands Museum to uncover that long-term vision. It was the beginning of a memorable working relationship that helped them think strategically about the future and develop the £8.4m aviation factory project which opens today.
We're thrilled to hear this week that our client Nottingham Castle has secured £13.9m in funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund. This is the most significant heritage regeneration project in the UK today.
A Different View were brought in by Nottingham City Council to develop a robust business plan and operational model and to support the visitor experience planning during the development phase of the project.
Nottingham Castle will be transformed into
We’re very excited to have been appointed by the trustees of The King Edward VI School in Stratford upon Avon to open Shakespeare’s Schoolroom and Guildhall to the public. The Schoolroom and Guildhall is in the heart of Stratford not far from his birthplace and The Royal Shakespeare Company. It is an extraordinary building where Shakespeare received his education as a child, possibly from seven years of age, and has remained in use as a school since 1553. It is
The National Museum of Commercial Aviation, based near Atlanta’s Hartfield-Jackson Airport, is one of the leading centres of aviation history and research in the United States, with a mission to preserve American aviation heritage and to empower young people to connect with careers in aviation.
We were commissioned to conduct a feasibility study for the NMCA’s new project, a monumental relocation and the development of a new, rich area of exhibits, activities and architecture.
The NMCA is planning to relocate