Sharing the history and architecture of the Church
Completing our work with the Church by designing the external signage and printed handouts which go towards explaining the history and architectural importance of the building.
The external railing sign was critical to making the Church more accessible.
A new times sign was also designed and fabricated to create consistency across the building.
As part of the brand process we could signpost the functioning building Pugin Place. Future plans are in place to make Brookhill Building a functioning space.
Inside the Church further interpretation signs explain key highlights of the architecture and design.
A simple, single colour sheet handout was designed to help visitors to the Church better understand the site and its history whilst walking around. With a tear off panel to sign up to the newsletter, and box to hold those forms, it means the Trust can start to engage with visitors.
A 6-page, fold out, DL leaflet was designed and printed in order to highlight the importance of the Church as the first Pugin church in London and reach a wider audience.
We designed and built a set of exhibition panels, a model case and a railing poster case to engage with visitors and passers by and help explain the story of St Peter's through time and set within Woolwich.
St Peter's Church were successful in their HLF bid for funding to help them do essential maintenance work on the Church building and to then expand their engagement within Woolwich and the wider Royal Borough of Greenwich. We supported the Church with a new brand identity to locate them in their Pugin church, a new website to explain their role and background and work on all devices, and new signage and interpretation to better explain their story.