St Albans Museum + Gallery, along with its design team Studio Sutherland, has been presented with a prestigious Design Week Award.
The teams scooped the top prize for design and branding work used in Wayfinding and Environmental Graphics on site.
The Design Week Awards celebrates the best work in the field from all design disciplines.
Winners in other categories include the BBC, Fortnum & Mason, The Guardian and the Natural History Museum.
Kate Warren, museums manager, said: “We are so thrilled to have worked with Studio Sutherland on our branding and to be recognised by the Design Week Awards is a great compliment.”
Councillor Anthony Rowlands, Portfolio Holder for Community, Leisure and Sport at St Albans City and District Council, said: “It is wonderful to see St Albans Museum + Gallery being recognised in so many different sectors. A great deal of work has gone into offering visitors a quality experience and it’s good to see that work paying off. Well done to everyone involved!”
St Albans Museum + Gallery opened its doors to the public on Friday 8 June 2018 following a £7.75million two-year restoration project.
Since opening, it has welcomed over 330,000 visitors and won seven awards including two RIBA Awards for architecture.
It was recently shortlisted for a Museums & Heritage Award and has been featured in this year’s Creative Review Annual.