NATIONAL MUSEUM OF THE ROYAL NAVY
National Museum of the Royal Navy
Part of a £1.25m fit out of a major new exhibition for the National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRM) at Portsmouth Historic Dockyard.
The venue for this major new exhibition is the magnificent Grade 1 listed building known as Storehouse 10, constructed by the Navy in 1777 to provide storage for essential supplies.
The ground floor exhibition zoned into different areas charting the colourful history of the Navy.
Indigo Flooring were tasked with completing the complicated layout of some 1,500 m2 of Marmoleum flooring with a water jet cut world map inlaid into the floor and Jet cut map of Great Britain vertically installed onto two swing doors, with various hand cut contrasting inlays leading the public to important exhibits throughout.
DIOR CHILDRENSWEAR HARRODS – Indigo Flooring supplied and installed a brushed prime grade solid European Oak chevron floor, pre-finished with a custom hardwax oil colour blend, and inset silk rugs trimmed with solid brass profiles to the Dior Childrenswear concession Harrods.