National Army Museum


The National Army Museum required ‘class A’ absorbent panels in the open areas of the museum, which also had to incorporate the Military related visual images the Architect’s BDP wanted to incorporate.

To achieve this AAS took photos and had them developed onto fabric and subsequently onto the absorption panels.

Working with Contractor Gilbert Ash these designs then had to be installed onto the internal walls of the open areas, in one case over 10 metres high on the stair core.

An individual bespoke design concept that AAS interpreted and delivered.

Key Facts

Contractor Gilbert Ash
Value £50,000
Architect BDP
Product Acoustic Fabric Print Panels