Carlisle City Council
Our work covers branding, communications, exhibitions, museums and many other areas of marketing. We’ve built agile teams with some of the most talented people in the industry.
design, museum, exhibition, temporary exhibitions, branding, signage, interpretation, graphics, retail, pos, pop, website design
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Carlisle City Council


In 2015 we were asked to design and develop the Tourist Information Centre in Carlisle city centre as part of an £8 million refurbishment of the 16th century Town Hall building. Working with the architects we developed a multi-use space that included an 11m wide map of the city in the stairwell, a 6m wide promotional wall, digital information screens and masses of leaflet and brochure display. We wanted to give the staff the working space they wanted, so after extensive consultation, we included a separate area for meetings with visitors, a large secure reception desk for up to three staff and storage all through the room so that leaflet storage wasn’t a back breaking task. At night when the TIC is closed, there is an information screen at street level as well as a projected animated presentation in each window featuring Carlisle’s rich heritage.


Design, build and install a new interior for a Tourist Information Centre

Interior design