I have always found it interesting to consider what goes into creating beautiful exhibition displays, from the initial creative that brings the client’s brand to life, to the intricate detail and some of the amazing technology used.

So, as we have been designing a number of exhibition stands recently, one in particular for our client Seaward Electronics, I was especially interested in the £24 million revamp of the National Army Museum, and its displays, by architect BDP.

The three-year project has really brought the museum into the 21st century, with a vibrant, colourful and interesting displays.

The aim was to ‘create a dialogue’ between the public and the army and giving our soldiers ‘a voice’, by telling the British Army’s story with interactive displays to grab the public’s attention and hold their interest.

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