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Founded in 1984 by Dinah Casson and Roger Mann, Casson Mann is an environmental and exhibition design practice dedicated to the delivery of innovative experiential projects across the arts, museum, hospitality and retail sectors.

With a passion to bring spaces, objects and ideas to life using narrative techniques that engage and inspire their varied audiences, the award-winning practice leads the field in exhibition design.

A quiet tour de force in the design sphere, Casson Mann has been recognised through many awards for their transformation of museums into modern and accessible spaces. In 2006 both founders Dinah Casson and Roger Mann were elected as Royal Designers for Industry in recognition of 20 years ‘sustained excellence in aesthetic and efficient design for industry’. In 2011 Dinah Casson was shortlisted for the prestigious Prince Philip Designers Prize.

Award-winning projects include: the British Galleries at the Victoria and Albert Museum; the First World War Galleries at the Imperial War Museum, the Great North Museum in Newcastle; and the Churchill Museum at The Churchill War Rooms

Recent projects include La Cite du Vin, an ambitious new international cultural wine centre in Bordeaux which opened in June 2016; and the creation of a new world class visitor experience for Lascaux IV, International Centre for Cave Art in France, which opened in December 2016.

www.cassonmann.com

To contact us please call on +44 (0)20 7324 1964 or email at info@cassonmann.com

For press information, please get in touch with Helena Corvin-Swahn on

Tel. +44 (0)7815 060610

Email helena@dishlimited.co.uk

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