Cambo Heritage Trust
Design and fitout of stables and coach house dating from 1760, telling the story of Cambo estate and its role over the centuries up until the present day.
The displays incorporate graphics, illustration, interactives and digital technology to orientate visitors to the estate and engage them in Cambo’s story. The conservation of the stables took a light-touch approach with minimal intervention and the displays layer materials such as leather, timber and hessian, adding warmth and reflecting the original 18th century palette. A themed approach was taken to the individual stable stalls using a variety of media from audio and film to hands-on activities. One area features profile panels of the volunteers and workers involved on the estate today.
Our work included exhibition space planning, 3D exhibition design, object mounting, graphic design, interactives, illustration, digital design, print material and signage.