The Victoria and Albert Museum is the world’s leading museum of art, design, and performance, representing more than 3.000 years of human creativity, with matchless collections in their scope and diversity and inspiring of events.
The great Medieval and Renaissance Galleries at the V&A Museum present a wide range of European art and craftmanship from the years 300 to 1600 where Camar had the pleasure of working in the refurbishment of this area which was designed by McInnes Usher Mckight Architects (MUMA).
This project was an extraordinary work where it received excellent reviews, even receiving recognition from the Stone Federation Great Britain in The Natural Stone Awards.
In total, we carried out 42 pieces compound of different plinths for the displayed artefacts. In particular, 260 m2 of 4cm thick pieces and 22 m3 of solid pieces of different thicknesses, all of them in Crema Marfil marble with a honed finish, creating an appropriate and calm setting for the collection.