700 tonnes of steel. 438,000 man hours, 850 architects drawings, 1200 workers.
Amazing data, huge machines and real, hard-hatted builders. Fantastic inspiration behind the lower ground floor wall graphic, of the newly built Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. One of three large scale graphics 05creative were enlisted to design.
Encouraged by a great project manager, Stephanie Williamson, we met and consulted with building contractors, clinicians and world leading surgeons (at one point in full scrubs!). Together, we established a brief and a theme for each graphic; Explaining the construction of the the new building; Conveying the 100 year History of the RNOH; Looking to the future of Orthopaedic treatment.
The graphics measure up to 7 metres in width and were applied as wallpaper to run from floor to ceiling.
SISK building contractors sponsored the lower ground art. 05 creative were commissioned by Art Contact to do the work.