Casson Mann is an interior design practice founded in 1984 by Dinah Casson and Roger Mann. The firm is based in London and employs a team of 20 designers.
The studio specialises in museum and exhibition design offering design, concept development and art direction services for permanent galleries and museums, temporary and touring exhibitions and multi-media installations in the UK and France.
Clients include London's Imperial War Museum, the Natural History Museum and the National Maritime Museum.
Pictured above is Lascaux Centre International d'Art Pariétal in Montignac, France consisting of resin-cast replicas of the original caves and animated projection of their Palaeolithic paintings.