What They Say

…without the whole RFA team onboard I do not think the project would have been achieved to anything like the standard that we have: RFA were without doubt the critical ingredient in this recipe!

John O’Shea, Senior Exhibitions Manager, National Media Museum, Bradford


“Torre Abbey is a rambling building and it has no doubt been a challenge to display it effectively. The designers have been ingenious in their use of spaces.”

Peter Mason, Museums Journal, April 2014 (re: Torre Abbey)


…wanted to say again how much I have enjoyed working with you all over the last five months, and how brilliant you all are and how delighted I am with the exhibition

Alexandra Woodall, Special Projects Manager, Royal Armouries, Leeds


“RFA are a pleasure to work with – they really understand and value the interpretive planning process as an integral part of successful, audience-focused design.”

Carolyn Lloyd Brown, Heritage Consultant


“I just wanted to say how delighted we are with the end result at Renfrew Museum. The museum looks fantastic and has been very popular both with the public and other stakeholders. We are particularly pleased how well that the final Museum reflects the original concepts submitted by RFA.”

Susan Jeffrey, Museums Development Officer, Renfrew Museum


“The redesign has transformed the look and feel of Bexhill Museum. It has preserved the best of the old and also given us the very best of the new.  We now have a museum fit for the 21st Century.”

Julian Porter, Rother District Curator


“…punching above its weight with creative new displays…altogether, quite a triumph.”

Oliver Green, Museums Journal, March 2010 (re: Bexhill Museum)