The interpretation boards included beautiful hand drawn illustrations, showcasing the history and architecture of the Abbey.
To ensure every board fitted perfectly, DMA Signs undertook a full site survey, as we had to fit around free-standing displays, interactive screens, arches and even monks’ robes!
The signs showcased a range of materials including folded clear acrylic, specialist bronzed finished signs, optically clear window manifestation and timber finished internal directional signage.
Working alongside the client and consultants ABG Design, we had a tight window to erect the boards and signage, working around an array of forthcoming events.
The last Gothic Church in England, Bath Abbey was started in 1499 and built on the ruins of the Norman Cathedral.
The Discovery Centre is Bath Abbey's brand-new heritage centre, designed to bring the Abbey’s history to life.
Opened in March 2023, objects from the Abbey’s archives are displayed in this custom-built area, constructed within the ancient vaults beneath the Abbey building. DMA Signs were commissioned to manufacture and install interpretation boards, bronzed finish noticeboards and bespoke freestanding displays, along with complementary internal and external signage to direct and inform visitors around this exciting new space.