Undertaken as part of the upgrade of the King Street Courts complex in Sydney, we designed and implemented a system of wayfinding signage and interpretive displays, for practical navigation of the group of buildings comprising the site, and to convey the historical significance of the precinct.  

All signage was designed to operate within heritage conservation requirements, respecting the nature of the site and architecture of the buildings which date from c1825. All signage complements heritage fixtures and fittings, and fixing methods conserve original building materials.

The project includes the display of exposed archaeological features, and design, documentation and installation management for over 60 locational, directional and amenity signs for legal profession offices throughout progressively renovated areas.