Treasures

Natural History Museum, London

Opened in 2012, Treasures is a celebration of the Natural History Museum’s collection, showcasing just 22 of its 70 million priceless specimens. Casson Mann created a simple, but striking, centrally-placed display plinth that makes the specimens the focus of the room. Each object has its own case to be appreciated alone. However, the monolithic black granite plinth brings them together into one dramatic installation. Dinosaur tooth, meteorite, and an Emperor Penguin egg - each object has its own story, which visitors explore through interactive digital labels alongside each case.

Treasures

Natural History Museum, London

Opened in 2012, Treasures is a celebration of the Natural History Museum’s collection, showcasing just 22 of its 70 million priceless specimens. Casson Mann created a simple, but striking, centrally-placed display plinth that makes the specimens the focus of the room. Each object has its own case to be appreciated alone. However, the monolithic black granite plinth brings them together into one dramatic installation. Dinosaur tooth, meteorite, and an Emperor Penguin egg - each object has its own story, which visitors explore through interactive digital labels alongside each case.

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