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Company Profile: Mather & Co


Hello, we are Mather & Co.

We lead the world in incredible museum, exhibition and attraction design. It’s because we’re not the same as other design companies. We like to do things a little bit differently. For us, design matters. Our work connects and engages with people and transports them to new and exciting worlds.

We work across the heritage, sports and entertainment industries, meaning we can bring ideas from one sector into the other. We believe it’s important to constantly challenge our ideas and thought processes so that we remain at the cutting edge of what we do.


Contact Mather & Co

Mather & Co Ltd
17 Manchester Road
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 1BQ

www.matherandco.com
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Experience design firm Mather & Co has named Kim Kherlopian as its new managing director.

Mather develops visitor experience for hydroelectric scheme on Scotland’s River Ness



A new hydro scheme on the River Ness at Inverness has been officially opened with designers Mather & Co responsible for interpreting the site so that it would offer educational information about the project, climate change and more.

Mather & Co to develop new visitor experience for Dundee Heritage Trust



Design firm Mather & Co has been appointed to produce an interpretation plan for the ‘Discovery Point Transformed’ - a project which will re-launch Dundee’s Discovery Point Museum 30 years after its opening.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum launches The Open Era gallery



The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is celebrating the launch of its redeveloped ‘The Open Era’ gallery, with

Scotland’s historic Gretna Green welcomes new visitor experience



Scotland’s world-famous wedding destination Gretna Green has launched a new visitor experience telling the story of “romance, rebellion, and unstoppable love since 1754”.

Mather & Co celebrates 150-years of golf history with nighttime spectacular at The R&A World Golf Museum



A light show celebrating 150-years of golf history debuted at The R&A World Golf Museum in St Andrews, Scotland, earlier this week.

New exhibition to celebrate and explore the legacy of London’s 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games



Mather & Co have been appointed to design an exhibition to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Mather & Co lead redevelopment of Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum



The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is currently undergoing a major redevelopment that will see the creation of several new interactive zones as well as a new gallery.

Ipswich Museum to undergo major redevelopment following £4.3m Lottery grant



Design firm Mather & Co has revealed that it’s working on the redevelopment of Ipswich Museum in Ipswich, UK, following a £4.3m (US$5.8m, €5.15m) grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

 



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Company Profile: Mather & Co


Hello, we are Mather & Co.

We lead the world in incredible museum, exhibition and attraction design. It’s because we’re not the same as other design companies. We like to do things a little bit differently. For us, design matters. Our work connects and engages with people and transports them to new and exciting worlds.

We work across the heritage, sports and entertainment industries, meaning we can bring ideas from one sector into the other. We believe it’s important to constantly challenge our ideas and thought processes so that we remain at the cutting edge of what we do.


Contact Mather & Co

Mather & Co Ltd
17 Manchester Road
Wilmslow
Cheshire
SK9 1BQ

www.matherandco.com
Twitter
Instagram
LinkedIn


What we have written about Mather & Co


WATCH: Meet Mather & Co’s new managing director, Kim Kherlopian



Experience design firm Mather & Co has named Kim Kherlopian as its new managing director.

Mather develops visitor experience for hydroelectric scheme on Scotland’s River Ness



A new hydro scheme on the River Ness at Inverness has been officially opened with designers Mather & Co responsible for interpreting the site so that it would offer educational information about the project, climate change and more.

Mather & Co to develop new visitor experience for Dundee Heritage Trust



Design firm Mather & Co has been appointed to produce an interpretation plan for the ‘Discovery Point Transformed’ - a project which will re-launch Dundee’s Discovery Point Museum 30 years after its opening.

Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum launches The Open Era gallery



The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is celebrating the launch of its redeveloped ‘The Open Era’ gallery, with

Scotland’s historic Gretna Green welcomes new visitor experience



Scotland’s world-famous wedding destination Gretna Green has launched a new visitor experience telling the story of “romance, rebellion, and unstoppable love since 1754”.

Mather & Co celebrates 150-years of golf history with nighttime spectacular at The R&A World Golf Museum



A light show celebrating 150-years of golf history debuted at The R&A World Golf Museum in St Andrews, Scotland, earlier this week.

New exhibition to celebrate and explore the legacy of London’s 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games



Mather & Co have been appointed to design an exhibition to celebrate the 10-year anniversary of the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Mather & Co lead redevelopment of Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum



The Wimbledon Lawn Tennis Museum is currently undergoing a major redevelopment that will see the creation of several new interactive zones as well as a new gallery.

Ipswich Museum to undergo major redevelopment following £4.3m Lottery grant



Design firm Mather & Co has revealed that it’s working on the redevelopment of Ipswich Museum in Ipswich, UK, following a £4.3m (US$5.8m, €5.15m) grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund.