THE MUSEUM SHIP POMMERN
The ship was built in 1903 in Scotland and is now held as a museum vessel under the supervision of the Åland Maritime Museum (Ålands Sjöfartsmuseum), who are tasked with overseeing Åland's maritime cultural heritage. The ship's construction was a very challenging assignment, one that required caution and reverence when it came to what the vessel needed providing for; such as, deck buckets for the stairs and lift, the implementation of new exhibition installations on the middle deck, and became technically demanding when new installations and facilities were to be implemented without affecting the ship. We have put great emphasis on function in combination with the right material selection and design language, the main attraction for visitors being experiencing the large cargo deck which gets flooded with magnificent lights accompanied by an array of otherwordly sounds. We've had an exceptionally beneficial, close collaboration with our client as well as with the technical consultants, the sound and light technicians, and the craftsmen.