One of Landsmith Associates’ first projects was working with Nurture Rights, Natural History Museum, and Farmer Palmer in Dorset on a new concept and the first Dinosaur Roar park attraction.
The park’s setting is a delightful wetland woodland, part of a farm park visitor attraction near Lytchett Matravers, Dorset.
This project will bring a new attraction to the area, and it’s the first project of its kind, including the installation of 6 nos. Dinosaurs’ characters for educational purposes have been endorsed and developed by the Natural History Museum. The proposals included
landscape proposals for the setting of the dinosaurs within an existing established woodland, a retrospective planning permission required concerning the current woodland walk.
The characters are to be supplied by Nurture Rights (The World of Dinosaur Roar) is in association with the
Natural History Museum approves all aspects of the educational characters; signage will provide enrichment, educational Trail Guide Pack, and an enhanced Storytelling Event.
Our role was to curate and design the location of the different dinosaurs, design the woodland walks, provide a planting species list and indicative details and support the planning application.
Working with Natural History Museum, Nurture Rights and Amalgam