Dealing with Covid-19 limitations: increasing museum capacity

12/06/2020 | Share

Temporary Museum Space, London, Somerset House

Is there a way to allow museums and art galleries to restart their season and increase capacity? We like to think there is.

The creative and cultural sector has been hit particularly hard by the Covid-19 pandemic. As it stands, restrictive measures are likely to remain in place for the summer and fall period, denying these important cultural institutions the chance to at least make up for their losses to some extent.

One way of dealing with a limit to the amount of paying customers per square meter is to simply expand the amount of space you have available.

Losberger De Boer has a great deal of experience in constructing exposition and visitor space within a short timeframe. By expanding your exposition area, you are allowed to let more visitors in, who in turn will feel safer in a more spacious environment.

Our structures can be custom built to match the space you have available on your terrain and are available for rent or purchase. We can provide you with the turnkey delivery of a fully furnished exposition space within weeks.

Recent examples of our work for the cultural sector are a temporary war museum we built in Petangue, Luxemburg, the famous Somerset House in London, and the space for a temporary Harry Potter exposition in Utrecht, The Netherlands. 

Would you like to know more about our space solutions for the cultural sector, please contact us.

More news

An overview of all our news items

News overview