The British Museum
Supplementary Rooms, London

Refurbishment and alterations to four supplementary areas of the British Museum, London.

The works comprised the refurbishment of four spaces to provide the link between the existing British Museum Galleries and the new World Conservations and Exhibitions Centre. These spaces form two galleries, a main entrance foyer and a shop serving the WCEC.

The project involved high quality floor wall and ceiling finishes, oversized reproduction and modern doorsets and complex Mechanical and Electrical services linking both to the WCEC systems and the British Museum BMS.

Client: The British Museum
Architect: RFK Architects
Value: £1m