The design (with Casson Mann) of the Churchill Museum, London, curated by the Imperial War Museum, 2005. A permanent museum, it is an intimate and multifaceted portrait revealing both the private and public man, his flaws as well as talents. Due to the Museum being very object-poor, most of Winston Churchill’s significant moments have been brought to life graphically. As a direct benefit of its award winning design this admission-charging venue has been able to sustain high visitor numbers in an extremely competitive market full of free-to-enter attractions.
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