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“Streets of Gold” map wins two British Cartographic Society Awards

By [email protected] - 1st November 2019 - 11:30

Following success at this year’s Esri User Conference, “Streets of Gold” has won two prestigious accolades at the British Cartographic Society Awards. The first was the OS Award for excellence in the application of Ordnance Survey data. The second was the BCS Award – the grand prize for the best overall map. Streets of Gold is a 1.13m square map of greater London created on a base of 24 carat gold leaf. It is the result of a collaboration between Europa Technologies and London-based artist, Ewan David Eason. This stunning piece is a special edition of Ewan’s celebrated Mappa Mundi series. It was created using Esri GIS software and Ordnance Survey Open Data, specifically OpenMap