Classic 3D Charts – Latitude Kinsale
Each of our charts can be made for anywhere in the world, based on the maritime chart.
Our Classic 3D Chart Range
The classic 3D black & white charts are the ultimate commission that Latitude Kinsale has to offer. A touch of class, they are timelessly elegant. The historical aesthetic of these archive charts blend seamlessly with our contemporary designs and offers the discerning client a piece of art that exudes sophistication.
The old charts were works of art in their own right, the detail is exquisite both on land and at sea. Derived from surveys carried out in the 1800’s by the British Admiralty , they are as accurate today. The detail on land includes houses that are still standing today, even the rocks shape on the shore line is pencil perfect! Latitude Kinsale has an extensive world wide portfolio and also has access to many sources from different hydrographic offices around the world so we can source most classic B&W charts for any coastline. Each chart is researched carefully to ensure that the quality is perfect and that the content captures the focal point and puts it in perspective with its surrounds.
Presentation of the 3D chart is as important as the 3D chart itself. We take pride in our frame design which incorporates surround lighting and with years of experience we apply our craftsmanship to ensure that the chart is framed perfectly so that it will compliment any environment, whether it is in a home , a villa, an office or super-yacht. We offer a limited but carefully selected range of frames , both contemporary and traditional. The backgrounds combined with the surround lighting can be tuned to the environment that they will hang in. This also applies to our bespoke furniture designs. The classic chart blends in with our chart table designs, so combinations of wood, metal or glass designs are possible resulting in the most unique bespoke furniture design.
To Commission a 3D chart, simply tell us:
Where is the focal point? As much info as possible about the location.
Why? What is the significance Home? Sailing ground?
Who is the recipient and why? This helps us to select the right size and detail. If you would like a Latitude chart custom-made for you, please contact us below to make an initial enquiry.
This chart features the lighthouses of Ireland, of which there are many.These buildings are a vital part of Ireland's marine history and of course their core function is to keep people safe while at sea. Since ancient times, long before modern navigational aids,...read more
The Solent is the strait that separates the Isle of Wight from the mainland of England. It is about 20 miles in length and varies in width between one and four miles. The Solent is a major shipping route for passenger, freight and military vessels. It is an important...read more
Carlingford Lough is a glacial fjord that forms part of the border between Northern Ireland and the Republic. On its northern shore is Co. Down and on its southern shore is Co. Louth. At its extreme interior angle it is fed by the Newry River. The area has been a...read more
The Sound of Mull separates the Inner Hebridean island of Mull from the Morvern Peninsula on Scotland’s mainland. Outer Loch Linnhe is included, as is the smaller Loch Aline on the mainland. Loch Ba can be seen on the Isle of Mull. This is a spectacular coastline...read more