Another fantastic project to have been involved in with Differentia, commissioned in the design and build element of the Gateway Interpretation Panels for the Pilgrim’s Way from Markinch to Ceres in Fife.
The Fife Pilgrim Way is a long distance footpath running inland from Culross and North Queensferry to St. Andrews, taking in the routes taken by medieval pilgrims, with Ceres being the last overnight stop before St Andrews.
Consisting of curved larch timber, laser cut steel, stained glass window elements our primaDURA aluminium was laser cut to use as the interpretive elements.
Additional bronze floor discs have been sunk into the pavement.
Heritage Lottery funded, please link off here to see more of the superb concept and project delivery illustration and images.
“I chose PrimaDura as it combines superb print quality, robustness and cost effectiveness”. I also needed something that could be laser cut to complex shapes and NovaDura’s responsiveness to this complex project was a key component to its success.” Steve Pardue, Differentia.
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