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Portman Lodge, Durweston | United Kingdom DT11 0QA | info@adrianfisherdesign.com | Tel: +44 (0)1258 458845

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ABOUT

PIONEER

DESIGNER INVENTOR

Adrian's work can be seen at the world's finest historic buildings and private gardens including Alnwick Castle, Blenheim Palace, Capel Manor, Longleat House and Speke Hall, with the National Trust amongst his prestigious client list. He has also created rides and puzzles for iconic visitor attractions across the globe including Legoland, Tussauds and the London Dungeon.

IN-DEPTH PROFILE

Adrian Fisher is internationally recognised as the world's leading maze designer.  He travels widely and has created mazes in 36 countries across six continents.

 

Since 1979, Adrian and his company have designed and created over 700 full-size mazes in the grounds of palaces, castles, stately homes, zoos, wildlife parks, amusement parks, children's museums, science centers, malls, universities, schools, city centres and farms.

Adrian Fisher Design Ltd is the world's leading mirror maze company, transforming the mirror maze into a modern state-of-the-art attraction, and building half the mirror mazes created each year worldwide.  They have created 50 mirror mazes across England, Scotland, Germany, France, the Netherlands, United States of America, Mexico, United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, India, China, Japan and Thailand.

Adrian's work can be seen at the world's finest historic buildings and private gardens including Alnwick Castle, Blenheim Palace, Capel Manor, Longleat House and Speke Hall, with the National Trust amongst his prestigious client list. He has also created rides and puzzles for iconic visitor attractions across the globe including Legoland, Tussauds and the London Dungeon.

 

As well as creating traditional hedge and wooden fence mazes, he has pioneered many of the world’s new forms and methods of maze construction.  He pioneered the Brick Path in Grass Maze, first used in The Archbishop’s Maze at the National Trust’s Greys Court.  He designed the world’s first cornfield maize maze (and since has set 6 Guinness world records).  The Beatles Maze at the 1984 International Garden Festival, Liverpool, won 2 Gold Medals.  He has pioneered water mazes, walk-through parting waterfalls, foaming fountain gates, wrought-iron maze gates, and created a unique range of Six Minute Mazes. Indoors, he also provides Laser Mazes.

 

He received the 2003 Resorgimento Award at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, for transforming a chosen field of endeavour through outstanding creativity.  He has written over a dozen books, and broadcasts extensively on television and radio.  He designs puzzles for the World Puzzle Championships, and various series of his puzzles have appeared in The Times, The Guardian, Daily Mail, BBC Radio Times and Country Life.

 

He is enthusiastic about location-based attractions to affirm positive family and social values.  His favourite concepts currently include The Playful Garden (where outstanding garden design wholeheartedly embraces children’s creative play), Discovery as a way of learning, and the life-affirming importance of sharing family experiences.  He is keen to encourage schools to install Maths Gardens.  He lives in Dorset with his wife Marie, his co-Director.  He was born in England in 1951, trained as a management consultant, is a Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Gardeners of London, and a Freeman of the City of London.

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