Channel: BBC Two
Client: Twenty Twenty Productions
Date: Summer 2020
Following the success of the first and second series “A House Through Time” returns to our screens – this time featuring ‘No10 Guinea Street’ in Bristol!
We reconnect with our host David Olusoga, who takes us on this landmark journey through 300 years of history. Discovering the incredible stories of the people, whose lives transcended this fascinating house; ranging from piracy to slavery, and discovering characters including a runaway slave, a foundling baby, and an 18th-century sea captain.
Holey & Moley were commissioned to produce the graphics for this returning format, developing and evolving the success of the first two series, whilst keeping the core brand strengths that the audience had become familiar with.
This included the re-creation of many maps, artefacts and graphic history. Building accurate 3D models of the House and it’s surrounding buildings, through all it’s evolutionary changes and uses, and styling it ‘in history’ to create a tapestry brand that transcends the page.
A bespoke titles sequence, timelines, digital rostrum, 3D projection mapping, parallax suspended photography, and visual effects were all combined to ensure the communication, brand and style of this evocative series continued to create a true landmark of social history.