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  • Wayfinding at Chatsworth

    Chatsworth is home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire, and has been passed down through 16 generations of the Cavendish family. Famous for its rich history, historic and modern waterworks and sculptures, its Victorian rock garden and maze, there is something for everyone in the 105-acre Chatsworth Garden. ABG Design was approached by Chatsworth to…

  • ABG Design completes new Exhibition for National Army Museum

    As part of ABG Design’s continued work with the National Army Museum, ABG has completed the design of a new exhibition telling the stories of the Battle of Passchendaele. On 31 July 1917, the British and French launched a massive offensive in the area around Ypres, in the Belgian province of Flanders. The third battle…

  • National Army Museum enlists ABG Design for signage duty

    On March 30th the new National Army Museum opened in London following a £23.75 million redevelopment of the Chelsea site supported by Heritage Lottery Fund. The museum has undergone a radical transformation providing a welcoming and interactive space of discovery divided into five permanent thematic galleries that includes over 2,500 objects. ABG Design were one…

  • Junior designer required

    Due to our continued success, we are looking to recruit a junior designer to be part of our team. You will be working on a range of prestigious and varied projects with clients around the UK and Europe. No previous experience required, just a good eye for design and portfolio to impress! If you are…

  • ABG Design shows the way in Parliament

    ABG Design has completed the signage design at the Houses of Parliament. Truro-based ABG was commissioned to design a new signage scheme for the main visitor areas, from point of ticket purchase through the full visitor journey. MD, Howard Miles, said: “This is one of the most prestigious projects that ABG Design has been involved…

  • ABG Design sent to the Tower

    ABG Design has recently completed a project at the Tower of London. The company, based at the Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre in Truro, was commissioned to design a new signage strategy and visitor orientation map. “We are really pleased to be a part of such a prestigious project,” said MD, Howard Miles.

  • We’re on the list!

    ABG Design and the team are really pleased to be shortlisted for this year’s Cornwall Business Awards. We are shortlisted for the category ‘Most Creative Use of Design’. We will keep you posted how we get on.

  • Norwich Research Park signage scheme

    Norwich Research Park is a business community of research organisations with world-leading science credentials. Set in over 230 hectares of parkland and home to over 12,000 people, including 3,000 researchers and forty science and technology based businesses, Norwich Research Park is a bustling development. Working with the client team, ABG Design developed a comprehensive signage…

  • Internal signage scheme for LSO St Luke’s

    LSO St Luke’s is an 18th-century Grade 1 listed Hawksmoor church, restored by architects Levitt Bernstein to become home of the LSO community and music education programme. In 2014 ABG successfully completed the signage design for all of the exterior signs at this exceptional concert venue. We continued working with the client team at LSO…

  • Cornwall’s new archive brand taking shape

    Kresen Kernow will be an exemplary, modern archive and library space, bringing together the world’s largest collection of manuscripts, books and documents related to Cornwall, as well as the Cornwall Record Office, the Cornish Studies Library and the Cornwall and Scilly Historic Environment Record, for the first time. Funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund and…