We actually started on this project quite a while ago, but we have only now gotten around to taking some quality photos of the sign in situ.
February of last year we were approached by the management of the Royal Herbert Pavilions, a luxury development of apartments in Woolwich created through the restoration of the Royal Herbert Hospital.
The building has a unique and interesting history, not least because it was the first specially built military hospital in the country and the first, military or civilian, to utilise the pavilion design.
They wanted a building sign that would reflect the unique nature of this block of flats and turned to Clover Signs for expert advice. We payed them a visit before even starting on the sign in order to get a feel of the surroundings so the sign would be sure to fit in.
Here is the finished result, complete with an image of the clock tower, intricately carved and gilded, and a complimentary 10 MPH sign underneath, as the existing cheap acrylic sign was completely out of context: