Interpretation design is where the art of design and science of interpretation meet. Our role is to ask the right questions, facilitate and deliver rewarding visitor experiences.
Abound was founded by Russell and Carol Eggleton. Russell has over 25 years experience in designing and delivering interpretation projects of all sizes, from Shetland, to the south of England. Meanwhile, Carol provides valuable business acumen and administrative support.
As a small company we build dynamic teams with like-minded professionals – allowing us to align skills and resources to meet the needs of any given project. We value the relationships we build with our clients and work collaboratively to best interpret the brief and understand visitors’ needs. Meanwhile, we seek opportunities to extract the best value from your budget, actively managing the relationship between time, cost and quality.
How we can help:
'I would like to say thank you for all your input and help with the new interpretation which has been installed. It has been a joy to work with you.'
'We can absolutely declare the project complete and a great success...
I have enjoyed working with you and I’m really pleased with the results at Falkland.'
'I am really happy with the museum and just wanted to congratulate you on your design'
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