Queen’s House Hoarding
Through the use of specially commissioned illustrations, Queen’s House hoarding revealed famous moments in the history of this building.
A scaffold hoarding or wrap is an opportunity to inspire, inform and engage visitors, rather than simply hide renovation work or mimic what is behind it. The project to re-roof the Queen’s House at the Tower of London required an enormous scaffolding to be erected that flanked the inner castle walls. The final hoarding design cleverly disguised the Queen’s House front elevation in a life-sized graphic ensuring the appearance and the atmosphere of Tower was preserved for visitors where it mattered most. By contrast on Water Lane and Mint Street through the use of specially commissioned illustrations, the hoarding revealed famous moments in the history of the Queen’s House, alongside peepholes and selfie-opportunities.