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As Projects Managers, we brought together the Historic Environment Scotland content team, with designers and contractors. We created an exhibition that focused on a trio of high crosses, standing over 4 metres tall.

To mark the 1450 year anniversary of St. Columba’s arrival on the island, the existing museum building was renovated to display the most unique collection of carved stones, dating back to the 6th century. The supporting displays interpret life on the island and its significance in the development of early Christianity. The design included a dynamic dawn to dusk lighting sequence, illustrating how the high crosses would have been seen by pilgrims many years ago. The displays feature a replica of The Book of Kells, which was created on the island, and artefacts emphasising the islands cultural significance.

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