Learning Centre

We collaborated with the Jewish Museum London over the first lockdown to repurpose its temporary exhibition space into a long-term Learning Centre.


We created a versatile and engaging environment by opening up the storage and archive, allowing the public to interact with the collection and improve accessibility.


Visitors could participate in digitisation, browse the research library, and curate displays in the flexible zone, blurring the line between back-of-house and front-of-house. Two-tone colors and varied lighting were used to create an inclusive atmosphere in the new space.