A light touch to architecture is explored in this film about Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and Studio ZNA's approach to refurbishing the Raphael Court, home to the iconic Raphael Cartoons at the V&A. Taking inspiration from the Cartoon's themselves, thoughtful, but also radical changes to the lighting and decor have transformed the space, and in turn the visitor experience. The artworks have been placed firmly at the focus of their attention and a quieter, more contemplative interior has been achieved. This film explores the space and the story behind its transformation.
This is not a film which needed overlaid animation or cutting-edge technologies. It is a film which mirrors the space in which it is set – quiet, calm, contemplative. It is a film which, like the subject matter, takes a light touch.