The immersive visitor experience at Insole Court continues to function well, and has been well reviewed on TripAdvisor.
Hotrod Creations has been appointed by Buttress Architects to provide visitor interpretation in Caernarfon Castle’s King’s Gate tower.
The overall design and installation contract has been awarded to The Hub Limited. The specialist contractor has already been appointed to lead the fit-out of The Box and has an impressive list of clients from the Royal Armouries to the Royal Shakespeare Company and Tate Modern to Historic Royal Palaces.… SEE MORE
We are starting work on a major new interpretation project in Plymouth in partnership with The Hub. One of the city’s oldest buildings – the Elizabethan House – will be reconfigured as an immersive encounter with with residents from different eras.… SEE MORE
The Mary Anning Rooms opened to guests at The Natural History Museum on September 3rd 2018.
Visit the Members Lounge in London and see our extraordinary eight meter high showcase and bespoke graphic wallpapers.
Insole Court in Cardiff opened to the public on July 28th 2018. Feedback from visitors has been astounding with a high level of local press.
We are delighted to be appointed by the NMoQ to create and design the Educational and Outreach Materials for this new National Museum.
In 2016 Hotrod Creations worked with Islington Borough Council to create a successful HLF funding bid to renovate the facilities and public interpretation at Caledonian Park. We are now developing the creative ideas into designs and production.
In 2016/17 the Canal & River Trust renovated a unique double radial lock at Carpenters Road in the middle of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in Stratford. The Park is crisscrossed by several canals, rivers and flood relief channels which reflect the area’s geography and previous land usage. Hotrod worked with the Trust to create a coherent narrative at Carpenters Road Lock that connected these waterways to the vanished industrial buildings, the iconic 2012 Olympic facilities and the still-in-construction post-Olympic developments of housing, education, retail and leisure districts.
Some projects are so big they need their own room. The Shell Centre redevelopment on London’s South Bank is one of those projects. Over the next two years 4,000 company staff will encounter new construction work, comprehensive office fitouts, the physical relocation of every department (a number of times) and significant changes in their office design to support modern working practices. Shell asked Hotrod how best to keep their staff up to date with progress and clearly focused on the positive outcomes.