North Hertfordshire Museum is a brand new museum next door to the completely refurbished Town Hall in Hitchin.
Nicholas Alexander fitted the museum out with Corian clad joinery to house a number of display cases and exhibits. The internal structures and Corian cladding were all 3D CAD modeled by our in house design team and pre fabricated in our workshop to be taken to site for installation.
Also fabricated were a range of complex interactive exhibits and their intricate internal mechanisms. These interactive mechanisms performed a range of exciting processes for members of the public to engage with.
Some of these included:
A model of Hitchin’s Biggin House where visitors looked through the window to see four 360 degree rotating interior scenes. Each scene triggers an AV file which then projected into the interior using holographic film.
A large pharmacy counter which lit up different sections of the human body and remedy’s when users triggered certain objects or opened the drawers.
A pair of graphic drum displays which rotated to reveal different illustrations. Once aligned correctly the correct answer would be illuminated.