The 400th-anniversary exhibition at Hatfield House concentrated on King James and his hardworking chief minister, Robert Cecil. When Queen Elizabeth died in 1603, it was Cecil who managed the peaceful succession of King James to the throne.
We worked closely with the team at Hatfield House on the production and installation of twelve museum-grade glass display cases containing priceless historical artefacts, including the only known first edition of the King James Bible to have survived. Also the print production of the large format graphics.
Our lighting design used energy-saving LED luminaires with accurate colour rendering and no UV/IR radiation to protect sensitive objects.