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Published: 31st January 2020

ABG Design Park Life

One of the biggest municipal parks in Europe tasked ABG Design with the complete review of their maps and a re-do. Heaton Park in Manchester has many large zones for large numbers of visitors, though some of these areas were not being used.

ABG Designed listened to the Heaton Park team and Manchester City Councils requirements, creating a design that was sensitive to the Grade II historic setting and translated the success of the new signage. This design incorporated zoned colours within the new map to signify what each area of the park had to offer.