The Horniman Museum and Gardens was first opened in the Victorian times when Frederick John Horniman opened his house and extraordinary objects to visitors. Since then, the collection has grown tenfold and includes internationally important collections of anthropology and musical instruments, as well as acclaimed aquarium and natural history collection.
Leach has provided both internal and external graphics for this extraordinary collection. Our robust Vault signage is used for a variety of external panels and brings stunning photographic quality to the exterior signage of the exhibition.
Interpretive signage is also used to help bring to life and tell the tale of Fredrick John Horniman’s unique collection.
As part of the project Leach provided:
- Internal and external Vault graphic panels
- Way-finding signage
- High quality internal graphics
- Eye-catching, high quality external graphics
- Wrap-around panels