Osterley Park and House is a National Trust-run neo-classical house built in the 1570s, with landscaped park and gardens. Osterley Park is one of the largest open spaces in London. The gardens have been restored to their 18th Century glory offering a lovely retreat from urban life, ideal for picnics and leisurely walks.
As with most National Trust properties of this size, Osterley’s signage had been added to over the years, resulting in a mixture of materials, condition and conflicting brand messages.
Having undertaken a full audit and applying our knowledge of the new brand guidelines, we put forward a signage and wayfinding strategy to improve the overall appearance and performance of Osterley’s sign displays.
We typeset each panel and provided proofs for client approval prior to manufacture. All signs were produced in accordance with the new guidelines and installation was undertaken by our team of competent fitters.