… a selection of various other projects
A dynamic, stylised interactive dining table forms the centrepiece of an exhibition on the Lyme Park estate workers in the early 1900s.
Carefully structured text, combined with illustrated clues, encourage the visitor to discover the various contributions to the Legh family table.
The story of this unique Tudor building includes images of craftsmen’s hands at work and simple interactives – all presented in lean-to frames that sit lightly in a listed building where no fixing is permitted.
A tablet-delivered panoramic tour is also available from spring 2015.
An independent charity, L’Arche works both in the UK and throughout the world. The organisation relies on a regular publication cycle of direct mail appeals and journal inserts to maintain their funding and keep their work visible.
Large information panels sit between robust oak timbers – inspired by groynes, familiar features of the local coastline.
An accompanying leaflet and map guides visitors to key locations within Lincolnshire’s Coastal Country Park.
Site images courtesy of Complete Studio Graphics
This purpose-built venue, on the path from the village to the castle, shares local insight into the island’s rich variety of wildlife. The display is an integral part of the building, with graphic details embedded into its structure.
The main feature is a large window offering visitors a unique view of a field managed especially to attract migrating light-bellied brent geese.
Lindisfarne is part of a national nature reserve managed by Natural England and the building is the starting point for a walk round the island, identifying key points of interest.
See also Lookout on Wild Lindisfarne
Images 1 and 8 © Keith Hunter, courtesy of Icosis Architects. Images 2, 3 and 7 © Peter Phillipson, TellTale.
The discreet displays sit lightly in the building, guiding and enhancing the visitor’s experience. Recorded sound and conversation root the church in its medieval past. The interpretation also offers surprises, including a knitted knight.
There is a descriptive tour available for visually impaired visitors.
CDA’s creative peer education initiative for primary schools is a unique way for organisations to engage with a younger audience.
Combining young creativity with industry expertise, Dynamic Studio, provides an exciting environment where pupils explore important issues and communicate their ideas with authority.
Find out more at Dynamic Studio
Patients are taken from diagnosis to discharge in this unique display using video, audio and low tech interactives.
In addition to the key facts about each stage, patients can choose how much detail they want to access. Animated patient anecdotes and commissioned art pieces complement the factual information.