Working closely with the Marketing Team at Blenheim, and design agency, Creative Gravy, we have created an extensive array of impressive signage and graphics at Blenheim Palace, enhancing the visitor experience.
Unsightly concrete traffic bollards were covered with a heat conformable printed vinyl to replicate the sandstone that the Palace is built from. Bespoke pillar signage was also created, each of which sits on only 4 discrete cushioned points to prevent any damage to the ageing stonework and allow for the free draining of rainwater.
For the hoarding in the Palace’s walled garden, our client wanted to display information for its visitors but more importantly, the aim was to blend it seamlessly in with the wall behind. It included a cut to shape section extending over the height of the rest of the hoarding, incorporating an old photo of fruit pickers on ladders.
Samantha Vaughan, Marketing Manager at Blenheim Palace
To maintain the ambience of this historic venue, temporary access corridors were fitted out with exact replicas of the existing wall coverings that featured in the Green Writing Room, ensuring continued access around the building, and preserving the visitor experience.
In other areas, restoration hoardings and coverings have been produced to blend in with the palace surroundings whilst displaying information to their visitors on the works being carried out.