“Arrivals at Base Court – what would a grand arrival have looked like?
Base Court provided a large open space where guests and their luggage might be received and conveyed to the surrounding private lodgings; and perhaps also a public area in which visitors could informally meet and socialise. It was primarily a social, rather than a ceremonial, space.”
Farm were commissioned by the Royal Palaces, Hampton Court to create a series of perspective digital illustrations to be installed on existing windows in the entrance courtyard of Henry VIII and later Queen Victoria’s Palace.
Historic Royal Palace
Artwork / Installation
Jack O’Reilly. Farm
@ Thom Atkinson