Made In Bristol

November 15, 2017   tags: Masterplan


Aerospace Bristol

Interpretation planning, research, content development, design coordination

BACT, Event, Matt Bigg, HLF Funded


Bristol Aero Collection Trust wanted to create a brand new museum telling the incredible community and technology stories of Filton, where aircraft have been made for the last 100 years. This is both the birthplace and final resting place of Alpha Foxtrot, the last Concorde to fly.


We worked with them to transform the archives, memories and collections into an attraction with international appeal and interest through an ambitious interpretive strategy and narrative design approach.


The result is a museum that celebrates the talented people of the Filton community in their own words, as well as the world-shaping technological advancements that they produced.