By Tom McVey and Caroline SkeltonThe UK’s National Gallery has unveiled new images of its new “Big Wall” decorations for the Holidays.
The new design, inspired by the works of Harry Potter author JK Rowling, has been inspired by Harry’s own childhood bedroom.
The design has been developed by London-based design studio Hanukkabrook and it is being developed as part of the National Gallery’s Holiday Centre initiative.
The Hanukka’s new Big Wall is the most intricate and elaborate ever created by the gallery.
It will be installed in the new Gallery of Contemporary Art (GCA), the centrepiece of which will be the famous Harry Potter portrait.
The new decorations are made of a mixture of red, green, blue, yellow and black.
They are designed to blend seamlessly with the rest of the building, and feature a range of materials and styles.
The big wall decor is a multi-coloured, interlocking system of four decorative stones arranged around the building.
The design is a tribute to JK and Rowling’s friendship.
The decorations feature the same colour scheme as the main gallery walls and are made to blend with the buildings and surrounding landscape.
A section of the walls will be illuminated by four LED lights, with the light reflecting off the walls as it moves through the complex.
The installation will be open to the public from November 21.
The GCA is currently undergoing a major renovation and is being opened to the general public from January 1.
The refurbishment of the galleries will help boost the gallery’s visitor numbers by up to a million per day.