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interpretative design

Interpretative design is spatial storytelling. It uses physical space, material, colours, structures, lighting, sound, language and words and specialist media to communicate and to engage. The juxtaposition and interrelationship of all these elements with the visitor creates an experience, the quality of which is directly related to the quality of the design. Great interpretative design acknowledges how different visitors relate and respond to their environment. It acknowledges their expectations, presumptions and prejudices. It acknowledges different abilities and desires. Great interpretative design links experience, knowledge and understanding.

  • National Herbarium- a dry garden

    National Herbarium- a dry garden

  • Kitchen Power, NMI Country Life

    Kitchen Power, NMI Country Life

  • Living Inside

    Living Inside

  • John F. Kennedy Arboretum

    John F. Kennedy Arboretum

  • Passage West Maritime Museum

    Passage West Maritime Museum

  • National Parks and Wildlife Service

    National Parks and Wildlife Service

  • Youghal Clock Gate Tower

    Youghal Clock Gate Tower

  • Presentation Congregation

    Presentation Congregation

  • The Pearse Museum

    The Pearse Museum

  • Explore Our Boyne Valley

    Explore Our Boyne Valley

  • National Museum of Country Life

    National Museum of Country Life

  • Kilmainham Gaol Museum

    Kilmainham Gaol Museum

  • Ireland’s Historic Science Centre

    Ireland’s Historic Science Centre

  • Cruachain Ai

    Cruachain Ai

  • Broadcrown

    Broadcrown

  • Design for All

    Design for All

  • Louth County Museum

    Louth County Museum

  • St Audeon’s Church

    St Audeon’s Church

  • Cobh the Queenstown Story

    Cobh the Queenstown Story

  • Cork Public Museum

    Cork Public Museum

  • Mount Stewart Estates

    Mount Stewart Estates

  • Customs House Dublin

    Customs House Dublin

  • Knock Museum

    Knock Museum

  • The Chester Beatty Library

    The Chester Beatty Library

  • Guinness Zone

    Guinness Zone