Nissen Richards Studio
Nissen Richards is a London-based design studio that evolved from a collaboration between architecture and theatre design. Today, we are a multidisciplinary practice that works across architecture, exhibitions, graphic design, theatre, story-telling, film and animation. At its core, our work is about creating spaces that stimulate experiences.
Category Exhibition Design Studios
Phone +44 (0)20 7870 8899
8 Orsman Road
News About Nissen Richards Studio
Nissen Richards Studio Designs Exhibition & Graphics for 'The Human Touch'
'The Human Touch: Making Art, Leaving Traces' is a new, temporary exhibition at The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, with all exhibition and graphic design created by Nissen Richards Studio, working closely with the museum's curators.
Opplyst by Nissen Richards Studio Opens at National Library of Norway
Nissen Richards Studio has designed 'Opplyst,' a major new permanent gallery, which has just opened at The National Library of Norway.
Nissen Richards Studio Designs Forgotten Masters of Indian Painting for Wallace Collection
Nissen Richards Studio recently designed the new London exhibition at the Wallace Collection called Forgotten Masters: Indian Painting for the East India Company.
Nissen Richards Studio Designs 'The Museum of Lost & Found Potential'
Nissen Richards Studio has designed an exhibition launching in London - The Museum of Lost & Found Potential - and then touring internationally, focusing on mental health and suicide prevention.
Magazine London by Nissen Richards Studio
Nissen Richards Studio has just completed Magazine London, a major new event space for the capital, located on the North Greenwich Peninsula. The building is an 8m-high, monolithic, L-shaped black box and a striking new neighbour for the O2.
Nissen Richards Studio Designs 'Manolo Blahnik at the Wallace Collection'
'An Enquiring Mind: Manolo Blahnik at the Wallace Collection' exhibition in London displays the most famous shoes from the legendary footwear designer's archive, set amongst the world-renowned paintings and objects of the collection's 18th-century rooms.