Smith and Jones developed engaging interpretive displays at St Johns Church in Glastonbury as part of a wider heritage funded regeneration project.
Initially we developed the interpretation and design strategy as part of the development phase before final submission to the heritage fund for full project funding.
Once full funding was achieved we then developed the concepts further, with copy writing, image sourcing and graphic designing bringing the concepts to life.
We developed a flexible, modular system which can be re-configured or moved in case of different events within the church. An octagonal shape was derived from the building architecture and materials were specified to match other furniture within the interior.
We developed family friendly activities, including a stained glass interactive, a rubbing station and a 3d wooden model of the church.