Havering Museum signs get a refresh

One area which is definitely growing for Graffiti is the Museum and Heritage sector. Last week we installed the Heritage signage for the new Havering Museum.

What was the brief?
The project was HLF funded and linked to English Heritage, and it was opened by the mayor of Romford on 24th Feb. We were initially set a 16 week delivery but due to planning complications we had to complete in 10 weeks. The designs were created by David McCabe design who we have worked with on previous projects such as the renovation of Lewes Castle.

What was the signage?
We provided security grills to the 11 windows at the front of the old Romford Brewery which has been rebranded as Havering Museum. The grills consisted of hand forged steel frames and decorative cross bars, which then had brushed stainless steel text and logos applied to them. The logos were intricate leaf patterns with the grains running in the direction of the leaves to provide a 3d effect.

What did the client think?
We had the below response from Lauren Taylor at the London Borough of Havering:

“just to say thank you for getting the majority of the window grilles up at the museum before the opening event on Wednesday. They look fantastic and we had very positive feedback from everyone”

What did it look like?
See for yourself…

Stainless steel letters