Natural History Museum | London SW7

The Natural History Museum houses within its Victorian walls, the Spencer gallery, or as it is displayed today, The Images of Nature gallery.

Initially used as a storage space, Shillam + Smith were commissioned for its refurbishment and eye-kon produced 3D modelling and visuals.

Before the refurbishment of the space began, it's original walls were masked by layers of paint, disguising any personality. The final result was to expose the original terracotta walls and thus the original character. These have been textured by referencing the adjacent galleries, creating bitmaps from the photographs.

LocationSouth Kensington, London SW7
DesignShillam+Smith Architects
ClientNatural History Museum