Monday 07 July 2014
Recently Premm were invited to work with the Houses of Parliament in partnership with the Historic Royal Palaces.
We were asked to create a series of pop up materials for three outdoor family festivals linked to the celebration of the Georgian era. These included a gazebo, interpretation boards, educational flyers, prop maces, interactive mats, table cloth, dispatch boxes and an up-cycled Chesterfield chair. This was a great opportunity for Premm, to work with a variety of media in one project, from large scale graphics to 3D objects.
The materials needed family appeal by being fun but also accessible, enabling the audience to get involved with the concept of Parliament and debate. The mats and boards provided an interactive element to this, getting the children to respond to a variety of issues and create opinions in a more playful manner. We developed a vibrant palette complimented by a splat device to coherently hold the variety of objects together as a pack, as well as successfully working with the factual information to make more engaging.
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