Places shape culture. We help places tell the stories of the people and events that make them special. Places where the tides of history changed, like Vimy Ridge, or where powerful forces have shaped the landscape, like Burntcoat Head, site of the planet's highest tides. Or places where the stories are more personal, like the hardship and perseverance of the Nova Scotia's Black Loyalist who came to Birchtown, Nova Scotia. We work with graphic design, landscape architecture and architecture to tell stories on the landscape of human history.
Interpretive planning, architecture, and landscape architecture
Strategic planning and interpretive planning
Outdoor interpretive media
Mobile Information Centre Kiosk
Robinsons Island Interpretive Program
Interpretive planning, exhibition design, and interaction design