- Interpretive Design
- Interpretive Writing
- Signage & Wayfinding
- Project & Build Management
Encourage visitors to explore the site and to make wildlife engaging, accessible and fun for all.”
Located in a surprisingly beautiful landscape and surrounded by walking trails, Brockholes Nature Reserve is sandwiched between the urban circuit of the M6 and the River Ribble, on the outskirts of Preston. The iconic floating visitor centre was designed by Adam Khan Architects and houses different centres for interpretation, conferences, activities, retail and restaurant facilities. Bright 3D was appointed to design the external signage and interpretation for the visitor centre and wider nature reserve.
Working collaboratively with the project team, park staff and architects, we used a mix of interpretive media including graphics, AV, interactives and sculpture to deliver the interiors and site-wide signage that worked in harmony with the iconic architecture and wild landscape of the nature reserve.