South Cliff Gardens

South Cliff Gardens, Scarborough

Signs – Totems Signs, Lectern Signs and Waymarker Signs

isGroup was appointed by PBS Construction to manufacture WAY2GO wayfinding signage aspart of a £7 million project to restore Scarborough’s historic South Cliff Gardens to their former glory.

Project Delivery

Sustainable Signage for Historic Gardens

South Cliff Gardens is recognised as a garden of special historic interest and benefits from The National Lottery Community Fund and The National Lottery Heritage Fund.

The isGroup team were part of a two year rejuvenation project successfully producing over 100 sustainable WAY2GO signs using FSC-certified oak and aluminium.


Wayfinding Solution

isGroup were tasked with creating signage to complement the natural environment as well as navigate visitors effortlessly. isGroup’s WAY2GO Signage Range, a fully customisable wayfinding system was used to achieve this and by working closely with the client, isGroup managed to source stone that was already on display locally.

The scheme consisted of Totems Signs, Lectern Signs and Waymarker Signs with vibrant blue powder coated aluminium elements. FSC-certified oak features on the lectern legs and totem side panels which helped the signage harmonise effectively with the existing surroundings.

The WAY2GO Lecterns have an A0 visual area for clear visibility of wayfinding graphics and were installed along popular routes allowing an unobstructed view of the impressive landscape.

The WAY2GO Totems take a prominent position over the North Sea below and were produced with 2-3 year air dried oak sides and a sandstone lower section to add a bespoke finish to the totems while still reflecting the natural terrain.

The WAY2GO Waymarkers are simple but effective; twenty-two were produced by the team at isGroup for this project. They were designed to accompany the other sign types around the site; powder coated blue with white painted text for clear directions when guiding visitors along the public walks.

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