The Royal Academy Of Arts is home to Britain’s first art school, the Royal Arts (RA) Schools. They have much in common with museums and other galleries, but they have a broader role – to promote not just the appreciation and understanding of art, but also its practice.
Unlike most of their peers they do not receive revenue funding from government and so they are reliant upon the support of visitors, donors, sponsors, and the loyal Friends of the Royal Academy to continue their work.
The RA Schools have trained some of the UK’s finest artists, from William Blake to 2013 Turner Prize-nominee Lynette Yiadom-Boakye.
The customer came on our livechat and asked the following:
“Hi, we are interested in to install AV lectern this summer and your model AV Lectern 18 with some mods seems to be good for us. Can you source 20-22inch screen 1920×1080 Mac compatible? We are art institution and it must be colour accurate monitor.”
After various e-mail conversations we found out the customer needed a very bespoke lectern, we decided on the following features to be included on the lectern:
LG Monitor & Service for fitting the monitor
2x USB single gang cut outs.
4x Erethane Caster Wheels.
Lockable top and bottom compartments.
HDMI single gang cut out.
2x Main socket sing gang cut outs.
The End Result
The end result was incredibly impressive and looked very similar to our picture below:
Even though this was a very bespoke lectern we were still able to adhere to our industry leading product lead times and this was product was delivered in the time scales that we had agreed.
If you’re interested in purchasing in our Bespoke AV Lecterns or any of our products please do get in touch using the below table.