Opened in July 2009, the Glasshouse was designed by renowned Sydney architects, Tonkin Zuliakha Greer. The building is inspired by the coastal location, and the natural and cultural history of the region. Our commission included detailed analysis and strategy for the management of user groups and presentation of the site’s unique history, resulting in a comprehensive wayfinding system and interpretive displays.

The wayfinding strategy was extensive – managing multiple user groups of diverse age, purpose and accessibility needs – within the environment of the region’s premier arts and entertainment centre, local government offices, tourist information bureau, regional art gallery, retail outlet, café and heritage interpretive centre.

See the Glasshouse interpretive displays.