As an extension of the highly acclaimed exhibition for Crossness Engines Trust, interpreting the heritage that is ‘The Great Stink’, external interpretation, wayfinding and badging signs were needed throughout the newly landscaped grounds.
Designmap developed a unique signage scheme that in colour and construction would complement the architecture of the old pumping station and reflect the heritage of this once iconic London sewage treatment works.
Working closely with Designmap we made recommendations for materials, construction and printing methods that would ensure their 2D vision became a 3D reality. It was critical that any manufactured solution maintained the simplicity of design with minimal visual interference, but offered structural integrity and durability.
Manufactured in stainless steel with full colour n-viro™ prints, these displays will withstand the harshest of outdoor environments, are easy to maintain and afford excellent value for money.
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