Tuesday, 5 September 2017

The National Gallery – Michelangelo & Sebastiano

Earlier this year Qwerk were appointed to undertake the build works for Michelagelo & Sebastiano which showcased the relationship and works of the two artists.

Pictured below is one of the pieces The National Gallery treasures, the painting inventoried as NG1, the very first work to have entered the National Gallery: Sebastiano del Piombo’s “The Raising of Lazarus”.


Friday, 11 August 2017

GE Healthcare – REaSoN

We love going to REaSoN especially to test out the teddy grabber! This is the second year we’ve exhibited at REaSoN on behalf of GE for their Maternity & Neonatal department.

An interesting giveaway idea with the use of a grabber machine with additional gifts attached to the teddys!

GE Healthcare - REaSoN

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Monday, 7 August 2017

Commonwealth War Graves – Brookwood Exhibition

We were very lucky to work in Woking for Commonwealth War Graves Commision which ensures 1.7 million people who died in the two world wars will never be forgotten. The centenary exhibition explains how the CWGC forever changed the way we remember the war dead.

Our cemeteries, burial plots and memorials are a lasting tribute to those who died in some 154 countries across the world.’

Click here to visit the Brookwood Exhibition.

Thursday, 3 August 2017

Google Home

To celebrate the release of Google Home we created a mock house to exhibit at the NEC! Visual aids within the house showed how Google Home can be integrated into daily life.



Monday, 31 July 2017

Maritime Trucks

In April we exhibited at Multimodal with Maritime Transport for the second year running. Last year we created miniature trucks as a time challenge for guests visiting the stand. This year, the circuit has been updated to include a lake and crossing bridge for the trucks to race around!

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Tuesday, 25 July 2017

English Heritage – Hailes Abbey

Qwerk were given the opportunity to work as Principal Contractor for English Heritage at Hailes Abbey, a delightful change from our normal urban projects to working in the Cotswolds.

Hailes Abbey is a majestic ruin hidden away in the Cotswolds, and as part of the relaunch Qwerk helped to update their 1960s museum. Complete redesign and redecoration, installing a number of features alongside accessible showcases to best exhibit the fascinating objects, and an update to the charming cloister brought together a great feel to their new permanent museum.

Friday, 21 July 2017

Retail Design Expo – APS Group

This industrial beauty was created for the Retail Design Show in May this year. It included an open machine which created button badges as giveaways to visiting guests.




Monday, 17 July 2017

Earlier this year we spent some time in Manchester to replace Fashion on the Ration exhibition installed in April last year. Marking 100 years since Wyndham Lewis was appointed to official war artist and 60 years since his death. Wyndham Lewis: Life, Art, War explores the life of the Painter, novelist and founder of Vorticism

Information on the exhibition and tickets can be found here

Image courtesy of Imperial War Museum North

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GE Healthcare
Wednesday, 12 July 2017

GE Healthcare – AAGBI

After the success at AAGBI last year, GE Healthcare decided to use the same core stand with updates to branding and graphics to include their latest technology available. AAGBI encompasses all levels of anaesthesia from trainee to consultant.


GE Healthcare - AAGBI

The post relating to last years stand can be found here.




Friday, 31 March 2017

People Power: Fighting for Peace

IWM London presents People Power: Fighting for Peace. The UK’s first major exhibition exploring evolution of the anti-war movement from the First World War to the present day.

Qwerk have installed the last three exhibitions in this space; Real to Reel: A Century of War MoviesLee Miller: A Woman’s War and Fashion on the Ration: 1940’s Street Style.

Matt Brosnan, Historian and Curator of People Power: Fighting for Peace at IWM says: “This exhibition is the first of its kind and displays a number of fascinating items which have never been exhibited before. In IWM’s Centenary year, this major exhibition continues our mission to explore war and conflict from multiple perspectives. It highlights the peace movement and its important role in British history.”

For more information and tickets please click here.