Client: The Carnegie Dunfermline Trust
Designers: Equal Studio
Bespoke joinery: Elmwood
Bringing history to life in a more interactive, user-friendly way was the theme for the refurbishment of the Andrew Carnegie Birthplace Museum. Housed in Carnegie’s former family home, the renovated museum was to retain much of the building’s original features while also including new state-of-the-art features including custom made audio visual hardware and touch screen displays.
Elmwood bespoke manufactured the set works, case plinths and wall panelling, as well as graphics, multimedia and interactives with display cases, helping ensure that the end result was a seamless visitor experience.
“We had a great experience working with Elmwood on this project, the client was impressed with the standard of finishes and with Elmwood’s communication throughout the process. Our key contacts, Scott, George and Mark have all been a pleasure to deal with. We would be happy to recommend Elmwood to other clients in the future.”
Scott Abercrombie – John Gilbert Architects, for the Scottish Jewish Heritage Centre