Through careful planning we produced a robust outdoor interpretative trail which is sympathetic to its surroundings and merits the Mountsandel site’s historical and archaeological importance.
During the 1970s, excavations found evidence of an early Mesolithic site in Mountsandel Wood dating back to around 7000BC, making it the oldest archaeological site in Ireland. We were contracted by Coleraine Borough Council to design and build an interpretative trail following our creative pitch – we felt that the significance of the site deserved interpretation that was unique and built to last, so we decided to utilise native oak structures to support bronze cast panels.
design and art direction
Research and defining
the story to be told
Sourcing of materials
Managing the project, budget
and multiple sub-contractors
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