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Exhibitions, panels & plaques


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Exhibitions, panels & plaques

We design and build bespoke on-site interpretative furniture to engage visitors. We excel at devising unique concepts and bringing them to life.

Take a look at some examples below and get in touch to discuss your project.

Exhibitions

Listening posts with stories about the people that worked at Steelos

 

We tailor each exhibition design to the requirements of the client. Read about our Steelos Gallery case study to learn why it was a permanent exhibition with a twist.

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Interpretation Panels

Manor Park panel for the Old Glossop Trail

 

We offer a range of timber and metal interpretation frames to suit all budgets. And we design and print panels in all shapes and sizes too.

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Nature Feely Boxes

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Custom designed and built interactive ‘nature feely boxes’ provide a multi-sensory experience for children and adults alike. Read our Old Tree Nursery case study for a Gruffalo-inspired woodland trail for people with learning disabilities and mental health issues. Read more.

 


Mapping

Maps for panels and to accompany audio trails

 

Mapping is a fundamental part of our business. We use them in audio trails, apps and on interpretation panels.

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