Wednesday 25th November 2020

Our new Wayfinding and Interpretation project opens to the public at Staunton Country Park, Hampshire

We have created and delivered an exciting and innovative suite of visitor interventions using integrated graphic, 3D, digital (smartphone) formats and collaboration with an artist. Visit our project pages to see detailed images of the project.

NLHF project Staunton – a Regency landscape revealed was funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund and we look forward to the official opening in 2021 post the current Covid-19 restrictions!

From concept design to delivery, Hotrod have created a strong narrative for the park using a range of different methods of engagement. They have met the challenges of working in a historic environment, finding solutions to deliver external wayfinding and interpretation, trails and an exhibition space with interactives and historical story boards in a Victorian Coach House. A 21st century folly sculpture composed of icons draws the story together making a stunning impact as visitors enter the park.

Sara Findlay, Senior Project Manager, Hampshire County Council