09 June 2022
Journal

Active Beacons: Installation on the Yorkshire Coastal Path

A glance behind the scenes as we continue to install our sculptural beacons on the Yorkshire coastal path.

Flamborough South Landing

Breaking ground

Gorse in bloom

These active beacons are an interactive wayfinding system placed along the Yorkshire coast path; designed to connect people with their surroundings, encourage outdoor adventure, whilst helping you contribute to important environmental research.

Flamborough South Landing Beach

Steps up to the cliff top walk

Way markers have helped us navigate landscapes for thousands of years. These sculptural forms are waymakers, photoposts and fixed data points. Active Beacons are a new wayfinding system designed to help you navigate your way through countryside, cities and coastal paths, all the while contributing to important social and environmental research and history.

Danes Dyke - Beacon Hill

Seals at Selwick Bay

We’ll be sharing more details on this project very soon as we set to launch over the summer months. Keep your eyes peeled on Instagram for the latest updates.

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Photography by Alexandra Wallace

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