Video : Wayfinding and Interpretation - Haddo House & Country Park
Client : National Trust for Scotland, Aberdeen City Council, Cubit 3D
Designers : Cubit 3D
Location : Aberdeenshire
Duration : 8 months
EVM were involved in the £1M refurbishment of the historically significant Haddo House and Country Park in Aberdeenshire including a major interpretative and Wayfinding project utilising the very best materials and a successful collaboration between creative designers and highly skilled craftsmen.
EVM worked closely with design group Cubit 3D to fabricate, manufacture and install a new Visitor Centre and an educational area for children. The scope of internal works incorporated bespoke furniture, interpretative graphic panels, digital wallpaper and printing onto a variety of substrates including powder coated aluminium.
Externally we manufactured a wayfinding signage system from solid Oak incorporating CNC engraving, direct to substrate UV cured printing of graphics onto aluminium to ensure longevity and high resolution text, a range of parkland furniture using solid oak framed with steel and wayfinding markers using granite plinths incorporating etched stainless steel text and pictograms.