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Emily Hall

Barker Langham, Berlin Branch Office

A Director at Barker Langham, one of the world’s leading
cultural consultancies, Emily’s specialisms include
masterplanning, interpretation and curation. She leads
on Barker Langham’s strategic and interpretive projects,
working with museums and archives, historic buildings
and cultural sites, parks, cities and regions across
Europe, Russia, China, North America and the Middle
East. Emily’s recent work includes the new National
Museum of Qatar, Doha; the House of European History,
Brussels; Qasr Al Hosn, Abu Dhabi; Oman Museum Across
the Ages, Nizwa and Saruq Al Hadid Archaeological
Museum, Dubai.
Based between Berlin, London and the UAE, Emily
heads-up BL Berlin, Barker Langham’s German branch
office and contributes to Freiburg University’s Museon
‘Interpretive Planning’ course. A former lecturer in Design
Theory at London Metropolitan University, she is an alumnus of the Royal College of Art
(RCA) and the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.