Worlds Beneath the Waves

National Museum of the Royal Navy, UK

Exhibition design & Build

Design & Build of a new exhibition documenting the Challenger Exhibition and parallels with modern day navy research on board HMS Protector. Working within the historic fabric of the museum and in collaboration with NMRN curatorial team Studio Wignall & Moore developed the key narrative and concept design for the exhibition. W&M then turned this concept into reality, designing and delivering all elements of the project. Studio Wignall & Moore were main contractors for the install including project management, graphic design, production, joinery & carpentry, interactives, av, installation and lighting.

RIBA work stages 1-7 :
• Definition of brief
• Scoping and research
• Concept design
• Graphic and Spatial design
• Bespoke interactives and joinery design
• Detailed design
• Co-ordination with specialist fabricators
• On-site install
• Post occupancy feedback and evaluation

Wignall & Moore AI powered marine life generator goes live
See the live feed from the National Musueum of the Royal Navy Here

This snapshot is a live feed from the museum. Visitors are encouraged to consider science as a creative endeavour, dreaming up what sea creatures they might discover on a deep-sea mission. By selecting various characteristics and inputting them into our custom built interactive our powerful ai generates an image of the imagined creature and provides commentary on its habitat. Refresh this page to see the latest creation.