Interpretive planning and design is about discovering what is important about a topic, deciding what stories to tell, and how best to tell them. Interpretive planning focusses on the visitor experience. The goal is to inform, connect, challenge, provoke, even to entertain. Our projects vary in scope and scale, from individual exhibits to entire museums and interpretative centres. Interpretation is much more than delivering facts to the visitor in museum or gallery—interpretative experiences can be landscapes, trails, cities, or events. Any place where we can ask: What do we want people to feel? To learn? To know? is an opportunity for an interpretive experience.
Interpretive planning, architecture, and landscape architecture
Place Brand and Wayfinding
Robinsons Island Interpretive Program
Strategic planning and interpretive planning
Outdoor interpretive media