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  • Heaton Park embraces a new map design

    Heaton Park is listed number two on the English Heritage Register of parks and there are nine listed structures in the park. The park sits over 640 acres and is one, if not the biggest municipal parks in Europe and has 1.8 million visitors a year. ABG Design worked closely with the Heaton Park team…

  • Signing the way for The Quadram Institute

    ABG Design has been working with The Quadram Institute since the projects inception, ABG Design was appointed as signage design consultant on the project. The Quadram Institute will create new interfaces between food science, gut biology, human health and disease, capitalizing on the world-class bioscience cluster based at the Norwich Research Park. The Quadram Institute…

  • Uni LU sub brand design

    New brand identity for Luxembourg Learning Centre

    As part of ABG Design’s ongoing work with the University of Luxembourg, ABG Design has created a brand identity for the new Luxembourg Learning Centre. Besides offering classical library services, the Luxembourg Learning Centre offers a state of the art learning environment for students and for the general public. Users of the Learning Centre benefit…

  • signage design, brand design

    Creative work flying high at the RAF Museum

    ABG Design chosen by the RAF Museum as lead signage and brand designers in the RAF’s 100 year. After a period of redevelopment for this year’s RAF 100 celebrations, the RAF Museum London has welcomed visitors to a multi-million-pound transformation of its London home – officially opened on Armed Forces Day. The new museum offers innovative exhibition galleries,…

  • Business cornwall

    We’ve been featured!

    As part of ABG Design’s continued work with the National Trust, ABG has completed the design of the guide to Knole, one of Kent’s last medieval deer parks.  The guide is designed to tell the rich stories of this site, it was built and extended by the Archbishops of Canterbury after 1456. It then became…

  • national trust designers marketplace

    ABG Design attends the National Trust’s designers marketplace

    ABG Design were invited along to the National Trust’s designers marketplace hosted at Knightshayes near Tiverton, within the early 20th century tennis court, one of only three in the country. The National Trust invited a variety of the South-wests best agencies to present their work and abilities. ABG were delighted to be invited, and to…

  • National Army Museum Brochure

    ABG Design completes new patrons brochure

    As part of ABG Design’s continued work with the National Army Museum, ABG has completed the design of the museums new patrons brochure. The brochure is designed to grow the museums patron membership allowing the museum to grow, enhance and protect its collections and improve facilities and develop its public learning programmes. The Army Museum…

  • Hampton Court Palace Access Guide

    ABG Design has recently completed an access guide for Hampton Court Palace. This comprehensive guide ensures that individuals with mobility challenges can seamlessly navigate the palace grounds. The guide offers a tailored experience for all visitors, combining practical information on negotiating the grounds with historical insights. Also available in Audi formats, we hope this guide…