Bromley House Library
Premier Branding Photographer Peter Nutkins captures images for the rebrand of Bromley House Library in Nottingham. Images created for website, social media and print.
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Bromley House Re- Brand: The Mission
Visiting Bromley House Library is like stepping into a different world. Located in Nottingham city centre this hidden gem is a book lovers paradise.
Members can enjoy reading any of the thousands of books held within the wall to wall shelves, attend fascinating lectures and workshops and even take part in a range of member activities.
The brand of Bromley House is very special and evokes a bygone time as well as a true sense of literary wonderment and community. The building itself is constantly evolving. Initially built in 1752 for a banker it is crammed full of detail.
The main part of the library is housed in a series of reading rooms with plaster ceilings, cornices and overmantels. A particularly fine spiral staircase and gallery adorn the main reading room and traditional wooden ladders provide access to the highest shelves.
Adorning the walls of the library are a fine range of paintings, and the main building includes an original meridian line. In the upper rooms the first photographic studio in the Midlands is a feature, as is the walled garden at the rear of the library.
A sense of belonging is important to members, existing and potential. Being part of a community this unique is important to the brand as this is the main purpose and income for the library.
A particular emphasis for the library was ensuring that the images included a diversity of people, including younger members.
"I'm just blown away. Fantastic. Utterly fantastic…Thanks Peter. We’re really happy with the photos and looking forward to seeing them built into the new website. We're really pleased with the site but of course, it's the photos that really make it! We've had lots of positive feedback about them too" Mel Duffill-Jeffs, Bromley House Library