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  • 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…

  • University of London chooses ABG Design

    SOAS, University of London is the only Higher Education institution in Europe specialising in the study of Asia, Africa and the Near and Middle East. SOAS is a remarkable institution. Uniquely combining language scholarship, disciplinary expertise and regional focus, it has the largest concentration in Europe of academic staff concerned with Africa, Asia and the…

  • ABG Design in demand

    Truro-based agency, ABG Design, created the branding and communications for Europe’s biggest ‘sensory integration’ event. Sensory Integration Network is a not-for-profit organisation promoting education, good practice and research into the theory and practice of Ayres’ Sensory Integration. The SI Network teamed up ABG Design to develop the brand and communications for the fourth European Sensory…

  • National Trust choose ABG Design

    May 2015 ABG Design have been approached by the National Trust, Killerton to design a comprehensive range of interpretation panels for the Killerton estate this is also supported by a comprehensive visitor leaflet and a new visitor map that demonstrates all the new walks and trails through the estate. This Devon countryside estate. At 2,590…

  • Winning formula for ABG Design

    February 2015 ABG Design has just won a bronze design award for its re-brand and communications work undertaken with their client Sensory Integration Network. They are the only Cornish agency to have won this 2015 national award. The competition in this category was tough with over 30 national agencies competing. A new brand identity and…

  • Bath Abbey appoints ABG design to support Footprint project

    January 2015 Bath Abbey has appointed design company, ABG Design, to work alongside their Interpretation Officer to develop new and exciting ways of sharing the Abbey’s 1,200 year history with visitors, as part of the Abbey’s long-term Footprint project. Commenting on the new appointments, Oliver Taylor, Bath Abbey’s Interpretation Officer, said: “Bath Abbey is a…

  • New Year, new home for ABG Design

    January 2015 From the 5th January 2015 ABG Design will be at their new home at the Health and Wellbeing Innovation Centre, Treliske, Truro. Following a very successful 2014 the move to the innovation centre allows us to grow the team and expand as we need too. Our mix of health and wellbeing clients are…

  • Guiding visitors around the Tower

    October 2014 Historic Royal Palaces is the independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, Banqueting House, Kensington Palace and Kew Palace. HRP’s aim is to help everyone explore the story of how monarchs and people have shaped society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built. ABG Design was commissioned by…