The Queen's Hall. Brand Design Launch.

Some fresh new brand design work has launched from the Jamhot studio this month, for our good friends at The Queen's Hall in Edinburgh, the city's iconic and much loved live music venue. 

Built way back in 1823, this stand out building started life as Hope Park Chapel - continuing as a place of religious worship until 1976. In 1979 the venue re-opened as The Queen's Hall, a place to see and hear some of the very best live music around. 

With a unique curved layout, including the original wooden church pews that still sit pride of place in the main concert space, The Queen's Hall is revered by artists from across the word for it's special acoustic & atmospheric qualities, making it a gig venue like no other. It's hallowed stage has been graced by the likes of Robert Plant, Self Esteem, Nina Simone, Nick Cave, Adele, David Byrne, Sparks and even the late great Bill Hicks. 

We partnered with the Queen's Hall team to celebrate their 40th anniversary with a refreshed brand, visual style, campaign, website design and internal & external brand & wayfinding signage. 

As huge music fans this was a dream project to work on - made even more memorable thanks to Emma & the rest of the Queen's Hall crew who made the project an absolute pleasure to work on. 

We'll be doing a full project case study of the work very soon (sadly we're too busy in the studio to do it now!) but it's been great to see the work out and about in the world - and we're looking forward to getting back for a gig or two very soon.