Exhibition design for Democracy DNA

Democracy DNA

Democracy DNA: The people, the prime ministers and the world is the flagship permanent exhibition at the Museum of Australian Democracy. Occupying the former parliamentary library in Old Parliament House,…

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Ngulla Wellamunagaa exhibition

Ngulla Wellamunagaa

Richness, beauty and strength. These words capture the spirit of Ngulla Wellamunagaa: Trees that have survived and revived. The temporary exhibition curated by AIATSIS from their extensive collection opened at…

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Exhibition design

Gerringong Museum

On the NSW South Coast this heritage-listed former School of Arts building has been lovingly restored and transformed into the permanent home of the Gerringong Museum. A sense of place…

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Trophy plinth and ancestor wall at Inherit


Inherit is the Orange Regional Museum’s first long-term exhibition. It explores the history of the region through around one hundred objects; introducing fresh perspectives, encouraging reflection and highlighting different viewpoints.…

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All in a Day's Work exhibition

All in a Day’s Work

Following on from the success of Paddock to Plate, the Orange Regional Museum engaged us to design their follow-up exhibition All in a Day’s Work. This temporary exhibition featured 78…

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Apollo 11 exhibition

Apollo 11

To commemorate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, the Powerhouse Museum mounted an exhibition exploring the Apollo 11 mission. The exhibition opened in June 2019. A design challenge The…

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Carnes Hill Library foyer

In 2012 and 2015, during construction of the Carnes Hill Library and Community Centre, archaeologists unearthed 155 Aboriginal artefacts. They are flakes from microlithic tool repair, dating from a period…

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YES Fest 2018

The inaugural YES!Fest street party was held on 17 November 2018 to celebrate the first anniversary of the marriage equality survey result. The YES! Fest team wanted to activate the…

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PlayUP — The Right to Have an Opinion and Be Heard is the latest incarnation of the Museum of Australian Democracy kid’s space. MOAD engaged Design Community to design four…

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