Museum of London West Smithfield, London

Client

Museum of London

Architects

Stanton Williams, Asif Khan

Landscape Architects

J&L Gibbons

StudioFractal were selected as part of an international competition to provide a comprehensive lighting design service for the Museum of London. The museum is relocating to West Smithfield, where it will inhabit the sensitively re-imagined market buildings that have remained derelict for over three decades.

Visual above of Paultry Market (co Stanton Williams, Atelier 78)

The lighting designs incorporate daylight analysis, architectural, museum and exhibition lighting, public realm and strategic integration across all areas of the historical site to create a 21st-century museum experience.

“Culture is in the fabric of our city and for our economy to thrive we need ambitious creative projects to drive our recovery. The new London Museum will be a fantastic addition to our city, inspiring the next generation, attracting visitors from around the world and securing our position as a global creative capital. This project will also create jobs and support our city’s recovery and I’m proud to be investing in it on behalf of Londoners”

Sadiq Khan, Mayor of London

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