Working closely with architects Pringle Brandon and the main contractor, Como, we manufactured and installed a full height, 3-storey viewing gallery glazing, allowing visitors to see the full 5 floors of the historic ship through anti reflective glass.
We also fitted high level balustrading on the observation deck allowing viewers to enter the museums airlock.
471 years after the ship sank, we have given the public the ability to peer inside the daily life of the most famous Tudor warship and in turn, a look into the life of a 15th century sailor.
3-storey viewing gallery
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This one-of-a-kind temperature-controlled ship housing unit, located in Portsmouth’s naval harbour, is a testament to how much work has gone into the restoration of this landmark of British engineering.