Working with Shropshire’s Landscape Partnership Scheme, Leach Studio have designed a number of interpretation panels which provide context for visitors to three historic metal mining sites.
The sites at Tankerville Mine and Snailbeach offer information about the hive of activity that could once be seen in the now disused and ruined buildings. At the site in Cothercott, the panels provide insight into what can no longer be seen in the landscape. Using the only clues left of the Barytes Mill that once stood here, some of the panels are designed as etched stainless steel arcs which are mounted to millstones.
Keep an eye on our website for a full case study and more photos coming soon!