We were asked to fit-out a newly purpose-built pavilion.
The interpretive centre was based around 5 main themes: Local Aboriginal Heritage, European Explorers - Early Settler History, Pastoral History, River Trade and the Environment.
Interior design, visitor experience and traffic flow were all considerations in the dynamic concepts for the Balranald Interpretive Centre.
We researched and wrote the interpretive content in collaboration with the Balranald Shire Council. We developed many interactive and sensory elements throughout the centre to appeal to a broad audience including children and grey nomads.
We designed all of the interior and exterior exhibits, including lighting and audio elements. A cohesive style and color palette runs throughout the centre.
We created the audio-visual content including production, editing and installation accross several elements including a touch screen kiosk and a circular theatre.
Armsign manufactured all of the exhibitions, signage, installations and supporting elements using a wide variety of tactile materials including fabric, clear acrylic, poster board, corrugated iron and timber.
Our installation team working with local tradesmen, installed all elements interior and exterior including painting, flooring and electrical over a three week period.