Client: Leeds Castle
Role: Graphic interpretation | Graphic design management | Creative direction
Bivouac has designed new interpretation in the Gatehouse of Leeds Castle, Kent – ‘The loveliest castle in the world’.
The exhibition covers over 900 years of history in two rooms and charts the many people who have influenced the history of the Castle. These included Henry VIII (of course!) who stopped at the Castle on his way to the Field of the Cloth of Gold and the elegant Lady Baillie who restored the castle into a 1930s party venue.
The exhibition includes long drop banners, freestanding interpretive units, interactives and beautiful objects ranging from swords to fine ballgowns.
“The success of Bivouac’s work in designing the Gatehouse Exhibition at Leeds Castle can be measured in the huge number of positive comments we have had since opening. The graphics are both stylish and beautiful. As a company, Bivouac were tremendously creative and I found them all to be lovely to work with. I would not hesitate to use them again.” Curator, Leeds Castle
Leach led the project. Images © Leeds Castle