Yellowfıelds* Spatial Information Design

Waddesdon Manor, GB [2016]

Extract of the visitor map of Waddesdon Manor

Many historic houses and gardens are represented by poor, often highly illustrative ‘maps’, that whilst they have a childish charm, do not serve the visitor well in terms of information or clear wayfinding guidance, especially in terms of accessibility. The Rothschild Foundation wanted a cleaner modern map, but again, on brand for Waddesdon Manor, Buckinghamshire, which they manage on behalf of the National Trust. The new map made the footways, accessibility and other features much clearer, along with what the estate has to offer as a destination.

The full extents of the mapping of Waddesdon Manor
“Jason was a pleasure to work with on the creation of a new on-site map here at Waddesdon Manor. His wealth of cartography experience was invaluable in assessing our requirements and presenting a proposal. Our map is now modern, easy to read and use.”

—J. Primer, Waddesdon Manor

[ The extract(s) shown here are not at scale ]