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Lest we forget? - Imperial War Museum

Lest we forget? - Imperial War Museum

Lest we forget?

On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month of 1918 the armistice signed between the Allies of the First World War and Germany began. The First World War was one of the deadliest conflicts in history, resulting in unprecedented fatalities.  Lest We Forget? is part of Making a New World, a series of exhibitions s at IWM London and IWM North which explore the effects of The Great War on our society.


 


Bolton Museum - Egyptian Galleries

On September 22nd the Bolton Museum opened the doors to an incredible 10,000 visitors, all eager to see the exhilarating new gallery which celebrates an exceptional collection of over 2,000 Ancient Egyptian artifacts. The renovation of the six gallery spaces used to create this exhibition was fully funded by Bolton Council and has provided an extraordinary space in which to tell the story of the ancient objects which feature in the collection. Fusion worked with Leach Studio to assist with...

Tatton Park "Field to Fork"

Tatton Park "Field to Fork"

Fusion recently completed an installation at Tatton Park on the State Farm entitled “Field to Fork”.  The experience guides the visitor around the farm to explain how food is produced and how it eventually ends up on your plate.  Fusion provided educational audio stories and accompanying controlled lighting in visitor areas around the farm.


Panmure House

Panmure House

Grade A-listed building Panmure House, which was once “alive with discourse and entertainment,” was the residence of famous economist, philosopher and author Adam Smith, whose works were considered some of the most influential books ever written.  Its regeneration forms part of Edinburgh Business School’s plan to restore this property to its former grandeur as a home for economic and social debate.


Quarry Bank Mill

Quarry Bank Mill

As the saying goes, “Where there’s muck, there’s brass”.  Fortunately the working conditions within the Quarry Bank Mill have improved significantly from its bleak past, which lead to a pleasant AV installation by Fusion.

After having undertaken a £3.9 million renovation over the past three years, the mill has once again opened its doors to the public with a new welcome building and six individual venue experiences.


 


York Mansion House

York Mansion House

The Fusion LX Team recently worked in the busy York city centre, at York Mansion House, following a £2.6 million full restoration. It involved installing cutting-edge 21st century technology, into York Mansion House built in 1732.

 Learn how every Lord Mayor since the middle ages lived by exploring the York Mansion House. Take in the stunning formal rooms and then head down into the kitchens and learn about the most popular dishes throughout the ages.

 


Fountains by Floodlight

Fountains by Floodlight

Fusion LX was recently called upon to assist with a temporary installation at Fountains Abbey. It’s always nice to be asked to carry out some work locally, and this job was particularly fun. Fountains Abbey is known for its natural beauty, and every weekend evening in December the ruins are lit up to show the ruins in a different light.


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