Engaged by The Rothschild Foundation, Yellowfields was asked to re-design and produce a new visitor map for their impressive and extensive National Trust property and grounds in Buckinghamshire, Waddesdon Manor.
The map is the first time a single resource has been pulled together providing detail enough to be used for visitor and staff applications alike. Not only will the map be used at various scales within print, it will also be used in a heads-up form on new wayfinding signage.
“Yellowfields was a pleasure to work with on the creation of a new on-site map here at Waddesdon Manor. The wealth of cartography experience was invaluable in assessing our requirements and presenting a proposal. Our updated map is now easy to read and use. We look forward to working with Yellowfields again in the future.”
—June Primer, Print Manager
A much reduced version showing approximately 75% of the total area mapped is shown above, together with a detail extract below.
|Lead:||The Rothschild Foundation|
|Role:||Cartography, illustration and wayfinding|