Client: Linlithgow Museum
Designers: Campbell & Co.
Exhibition Fit Out: Elmwood Projects
Located in Linlithgow – which is an ancient Royal Burgh of Scotland, with strong associations to Mary Queen of Scots, who was born at Linlithgow Palace in 1542 – Linlithgow Museum regales the stories of the areas industrial and manufacturing history. This listed building contains various elements of joinery that would reflect our capability in terms of requirements of Craven Museum.
The previous museum at Annet House was well past its prime and the new museum, located in the former County Buildings, now Tam Dalyell House, tells the stories of Linlithgow’s industrial and manufacturing history, from linen making, to the manufacture of leather and shoemaking.
The collections are displayed over three galleries and a new community resource and education space provides events and activities for the local community and schools.
Our ability to produce manufacture, and install the highest quality of bespoke joinery setwork elements and control and co-ordinate integrating subcontracted packages (AV Hardware and Interactives) were again, exercised at Linlithgow Museum and the finished results speak for themselves.
Moreover, our synergy and relationship with Campbell & Co. allowed us to deliver an exhibition fit out with seamlessly integrated packages sensitively installed whilst protecting the historic fabric.
“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