Project Description

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

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Concept renderings for Colour selection and treasure "whatnot" display system.

RESONANCES

Thylacine’s role

  • design management
  • interpretive design
  • graphic design
  • multimedia & lighting design
  • fabrication
  • installation

The refurbishment of the Liverpool Regional Museum, Sydney

Thylacine designed an exciting interactive exhibition in which to house the museum’s collection of everyday objects. The collection is displayed in a series of showcases, which sit within a four-sided “room within a room” frame. This frame references domestic joinery of the 1960s

The objects in the double-sided showcases each belong to one of six themes, and an interactive light show is used to ‘sort’ the showcases accordingly. When the visitor presses a touch panel for a particular theme, the related showcases will light up for viewing, while all the others dim down into the background. The visitor can sort the collection as many times as they wish. The joinery design encourages them to explore the displays from all sides, and gain an in-depth understanding of the collection.

Opened March 2013