Updated: Jan 31, 2019
During the recent royal visit to Newcastle the Duke of Cambridge toured many of the venues providing interactive exhibits for the Great Exhibition of the North.
Prince William, for his final appointment, visited Coopers Studios to see the "Horse to Hyperloop" exhibit by Ryder Architecture, and a small example of our work received a Royal Compliment. When the pneumatic tube system, supplied and installed by Aerocom (UK) Ltd, was demonstrated in action by local children, Prince William exclaimed "BRILLIANT"
Already proud of our work being complimented by the Duke of Cambridge we were even more honoured by an official tweet from Kensington Palace showing a video of Prince William watching the pneumatic tube in action. https://twitter.com/i/status/1038074182473605120
"Horse to Hyperloop" was the innovative and interactive design of the Ryder Architecture team based in Coopers Studios, Newcastle.
Aerocom (UK) Ltd provided the pneumatic tube system the Ryder Architecture team had developed into the design and added a few extra twists to the route.
Horse to Hyperloop proved to be one of the most popular and publicised of the exhibits on display in Newcastle this summer, especially amongst the visiting children who were fascinated by the pneumatic tube system.